Hi, this is just a quick one which i couldnt find any examples off, and my test program doesnt want to compile no matter what i try, but im sure someone must know the answer.
i have a class in a dll, and i want to return that classes constructor to the main program and call the constructor from there, because im using dynamic linking and one of the argument types is not defined in the dll. My question is how do i get the address of the constructor, and once i have it can i just consider it to be a void function. When i say get the address, i will have a c function within the dll which gets the address and return it, not using getprocaddress. Thanks.