using libraries in QuickBasic

Can I use more than one Quicklibrary (.qlb) at the same time? I'm using QuickBasic 4.5



If I can, how I start the program with, for example, two libraries


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  • : Can I use more than one Quicklibrary (.qlb) at the same time? I'm using QuickBasic 4.5

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    : If I can, how I start the program with, for example, two libraries

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    you cannot use more than one QLB in QB, but you can combine multiple libraries into one. To do this, you'll need the OBJ or LIB file that makes up the lib, and use LIB.EXE to combine them into one big LIB file.



    LIB mylib



    Operations: lib1.lib+lib2.lib+lib3.lib



    Then, you need to LINK the lib to a QLB.



    LINK /QU MYLIB.LIB



    Libraries: BQLB45.LIB



    ignore all the other fields the two programs present you with.



    LIB can add as many LIBs or OBJs together as you want, and you dont have to build it all at once. LINK is what makes the QLB file. I know of no way to create LIBs out of QLBs, although there is certainly a way to do it (after all, it goes one way, it should go the other way, right?)



    Hope this helps a little bit



    -nek


    URL:http://lss.zext.net/

  • This program will make it easy to combine libs



    : Can I use more than one Quicklibrary (.qlb) at the same time? I'm using QuickBasic 4.5

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    : If I can, how I start the program with, for example, two libraries

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