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TDLSoftware.org seeks a volunteer VB programmer

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Hi Everyone,
As a school project, I am to develop a client that is to update software over the Internet. Since one part is a DLL and the other an executable file, I need to make the DLL accessible from VB.
I am looking for a person who has access to a VB compiler, since most blind game developers use that language to develop their games.

Q: I would be willing to help you. What am I to do?

Since I program in C/C++, I need to make the DLL file that will spawn the executable that will actually do the updating available to VB users.
It is assumed that you have knowledge of the "const char*" C data type and what it corresponds to in VB.
Now, I know *nothing* of VB, so I need a few persons to:
1) Write the necessary VB statements to make the C function accessible to VB users
2) Create a simple VB example program that will show VB users how to integrate the DLL with their application.

I have found some info and know what I, as the C++ programmer, need to do... but as said, VB is not my language...

I hope that someone would be interested in helping me out.
Yours faithfully,
Peter.
http://www.tdlsoftware.org
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