|Subject:||Using exports clause in exe project|
|Posted by:||Bob Dawson (bdaws…@idtdna.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Mar 2006|
From help: "An exports clause can appear anywhere and any number of times in
the declaration part of a program or library, or in the interface or
implementation section of a unit. Programs seldom contain an exports
Seldom? Or never? The language allows it, but what's it good for?
LoadLibrary isn't going to work against an exe, since it's not going to be
mapped as an in-process call the way a dll procedure would.
So this pretty much a useless feature? Or is there some other point to it?