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    Retrieves the address of an exported function or variable from the specified dynamic-link library (DLL).
    Processes explicitly linking to a DLL call GetProcAddress to obtain the address of an exported function in the DLL. You use the returned function pointer to call the ...
    I'm learning how to call a function from a DLL so I created a very simple test case, using Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 Enterprise Edition. If I call GetProcAddress ...
    I have written a simple Dll class and am trying to invoke a static method from the exported class but GetProcAddress is return NULL and the errorcode is ERROR_PROC ...
    There is a bug in SQL Server 2008 that causes PREEMPTIVE_OS_GETPROCADDRESS to include and accumulate the execution time of the extended stored procedure ...
    You cleverly avoided the whole recursive initialization problem. Then a bug report comes in. GetProcAddress and calling through the pointer doesn't work.
    We have a 64-bit Enterprise server w/Svc pack 1. Running SS 2008 64 bit (of course). 2 four-way CPU's. 56 GB of RAM. In the last month, it has froze 3 times at 11 am ...
    The GetProcAddress API does not look beyond the 127th character of a function name. But there are conditions under which function names with lengths ...
    GetProcAddress looks in Kernel32's export table, sees that HeapAlloc is a forwarded function, and calls GetProcAddress recursively looking for RtlAllocateHeap inside ...
    In a traditional C application, use GetProcAddress() to obtain the address of a function to be called. Declare a variable of type FARPROC, initialize the ...