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Language: PowerBuilder
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 20, 1997

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Can I use 16-bit DLLs in 32-bit PowerBuilder 5.0?

Question:
Can I use 16-bit DLLs in 32-bit PowerBuilder 5.0?

Answer:
The short answer is no. If you have access to the source, you could write a thing called a thunk layer, which allows 32-bit applications to call 16-bit code, but this would take a lot of effort. If you did have the source code, it would be easier to recompile the code into a 32-bit version of the DLL and just have two DLLs.

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