I'm currently working on a library/dll, and I'm working if I could do something as follows in the .h of the library/dll:
extern void MyFunc();
and then inside the actual library/dll determine if that function actually exists? I'm wondering this because the way I want this library/dll to work is the user has the option to handle certain things on their own rather then use the default ways and so I was wondering if they could simply make, say... void MyFunc() ...in their program and then voila, the library/dll would then pass it off to MyFunc() to do what has to be done rather then use the defaults? Just one method I was thinking of. Let me know please.