QB64 supports some DLL Library statements and functions. Currently the specified DLL file MUST either be in the Windows System folder (System32) or in the QB64 folder. NOTE: Use them at your own risk. We do not provide specific DLL Library information or support. When using unsupported DLL files use DECLARE DYNAMIC LIBRARY and the name of an inactive library without the .DLL extension. The following statement and function routine examples have been provided by members AS IS:
- Note: Filename needs to be CHR$(0) terminated. QB64 STRINGs are passed to external libraries as pointers to first character.
- DECLARE DYNAMIC LIBRARY, BYVAL
- _OFFSET, _OFFSET (function) (lp, ptr and p names)
- C Libraries, Windows Libraries
- C++ Variable Types
- Port Access Libraries (COM or LPT)