I have a windows executable that I'm trying to convert to a DLL.
Right now it uses cout and cin to get the user input. There are a bunch of functions in the executable. I'm new to programming and never written a DLL. From what I've figured out, I need to adjust the following:
ofstream scrn. cout, cin,scrn.open("stdout",ios: ut), scrn<< , scrn.close(), and exit(1).
Does this sound correct? Additionally, if anyone knows of a good beginner's tutorials on creating DLLs, it would be greatly appreciated.