Overview

Previously I have shown you how to create a C++ CLI .dll file so that you can easily make a GUI for your .dll files. In this blog, I will be showing off how to use this .dll file to manipulate a game’s memory and create a “trainer” or cheat tool. Just as before if I mention a concept that has a long explanation, chances are I will have the documentation or video guide linked below this blog. With that being stated, let's get coding.

Some Quick Additions

Before we continue with part two of “Creating and Using a C++ CLI .dll” I…


What Is A .dll File?

DLL files are files that contain instructions, which can be called by other programs to run specific tasks. This way, several programs can share the abilities programmed into a single file, and even do so simultaneously. A .dll file can have many different purposes and today I will be showing you how to use C++ CLI to create a .dll with an easily customizable GUI.

Example of dll file GUI

Pre-Setup

In order to create a C++ CLI .dll file, you must open the Visual Studio installer and verify that the “C++/CLI Support” option is enabled as seen in the picture below.


If you’re like me then it's possible that you have created a website in a programming language like Ruby without the use of JavaScript. Issues you may run into is not having the ability to easily create events or change visuals at the click of a button. This guide will give you some tips on how to create a stylish website without the use of JavaScript.

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Creative Buttons


Have you ever struggled with or even wondered the proper way to go about working on a team project with fellow developers? In the world of software engineering, somethings that are faced very often are team projects and cooperation. With that being said, it is very important that you as a developer understand how important it is to be able to cooperate successfully with whomever your partners may be.

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Make sure you’re on the same page

Shane Rachal

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