[Tutor] list dll functions ?

patrice laporte zepangolin at gmail.com
Wed Sep 15 10:22:26 CEST 2010

Dependdencyy walker is a good tool, but as you have seen it doesn't give you
function's signature. If you explore a MS dll, you should to have a look at
MSDN and read about the function description.

A bit out of subject : There is no way to find the function's signature only
from exploring the binary file (I never found one at least). Following
article explain the MS PE (Portable Executable, no elf format in Windows),
but it doesn't explain more about signature. this is why you need headers
and lib file to link a w32 app.

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