Visual Studio: Finds exported functions, variables and classes in a DLL

Posted on May 20, 2009

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Requirement:

  • Microsoft Windows (XP – in this experiment)
  • Microsoft Visual Studio (2005 – in this experiment)

The simplest method to verify exported functions, variables and classes is to use Visual Studio Command Line:

  1. Open Visual Studio Command Line
    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 > Visual Studio Tools > Visual Studio 2005 Command Prompt
  2. Go to the compiled DLL directory, usually in debug or release folder.
    e.g. C:\XanderTan\Workspace\VS2005\File\debug
  3. Type: dumpbin -exports <dllname>.dll
    e.g. dumpbin -exports filebreakerlib.dll

Here is the example:

Exported functions, variables and classes

Exported functions, variables and classes

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