I was wandering if someone could tell me how i would go about this, or at least point me in a direction?
For a program that I need to develop, it need to perform a set of operations on a specific set of task.
However each task is similar but different, in the way that operations on Task A is done in a different pattern to the operations done on task B.
And the operations on any given specific task can change.
So I need or would like to develop a program that has a core system and a set of modules, each module performing for a different task. That way if a specific task changes I can simple modify its corresponding module file instead of have to change, recompile and distribute the entire program again, simple modifying the required module file distributing that.
I have looked at dll file idea however i would like the core system to be the exe file and not a single dll file linking multiple exes.
Any help would be great.
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It's the other way around. A single exe links a bunch of DLLs.
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Depends on what you mean by 'added'. The compiler needs to know about the DLLs before you use them and it creates a dependency on the DLL for the exe. When the exe runs, the .NET runtime looks for the DLLs and loads them into the assembly namespace.
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