General information for GetProcAddress
    GetProcAddress function (Windows)
    Retrieves the address of an exported function or variable from the specified dynamic-link library (DLL).
    GetProcAddress
    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 ...
    The Old New Thing: Why can't I GetProcAddress a function I ...
    The dllexport attribute tells the linker to generate an export table entry for the specified function. This export entry is decorated. This is necessary to ...
    GetProcAddress() returns NULL
    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 ...
    Why does PREEMPTIVE_OS_GETPROCADDRESS Show a Large ...
    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 ...
    Support for GetProcAddress
    PRB: GetProcAddress Requires the Length of the Function ...
    The GetProcAddress API does not look beyond the 127th character of a function name. But there are conditions under which function names with lengths ...
    Error message when you visit a Web site that is hosted ...
    HTTP Error 500.0 – Internal Server Error HRESULT: 0x80070032 ... Description of HRESULT Calling GetProcAddress on ISAPI filter "path_of_isapi& ...
    FIX: A fatal exception may occur in the AYGShell ...
    FIX: A fatal exception may occur in the AYGShell component if the GetProcAddress function fails when you start a Windows CE .NET 4.2-based platform
    You receive a C2564 error or a C2197 error when you port ...
    Explains that the C++ compiler for MS-DOS can return a C2564 error or a C2197 error when you port code that uses GetProcAddress from C to C++.
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