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    Thanks for the GREAT help here

    i'm talking about this thread http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showt...366#post584366 i have solved it on my own, however i want to say THANKS for the GREAT help here. now my dll can delete itself, even with read-only permissions. i have some checks inside my dll and this checks trigger the self delete function inside my dll, my dll then deletes just itself and nothing can't prevent it from not doing it.

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    What, no here's my "uber" code post?
    That's pretty dull.
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    hey, no problem bud. Glad to help ya! anytime!

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    Self-deleting DLL eh. Ok.

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    Maybe he can move onto self-deleting source code
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    Yup. Self destructing code is neat. High-tech stuff, I say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    hey, no problem bud. Glad to help ya! anytime!
    You'd better edit that! Someone's gonna quote you on it some time soon!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twomers
    You'd better edit that! Someone's gonna quote you on it some time soon!!!!!
    You just did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twomers
    You'd better edit that! Someone's gonna quote you on it some time soon!!!!!


    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    yeah, too late now... it's already been quoted... now you gotta delete the quote in two places... the virus is spreading...
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    Quote Originally Posted by axon
    hey, no problem bud. Glad to help ya! anytime!
    I don't know what you're on about MajorSmall. I wonder how many 'thanks' threads have been made.

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