||Creating a Windows DLL with Visual Basic|
|Subject:||How can I return Strings?|
Response to: How can I return Strings?
You don't need the overhead from strconv.
Create an IDL or ODL file to define your API calls, and for your strings , specify LPWSTR instead of the usual LPSTR - after all, you've created a unicode format dll.
This rids 2 perfromance hits: first - interpreting the Declare statment, 2nd - using strconv.
How can I return Strings?
2008-10-28 03:57:31 CEStudio [View]