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Manish Kumar
What is difference between .dll and .exe files?
By Manish Kumar in ASP.NET onOct 31 2012
  • Prasant Bhardwaj
    Mar, 2014 1

    EXE ASSEMBLY RUNS OUT-PROCESS WHEREAS DLL RUNS IN-PROCESS. EXE HAS MAIN AS STATING POINT WHEREAS DLL DOESN'T HAVE MAIN FOR EXECUTION.

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  • Nagasundar Nagarajan
    Nov, 2012 7

    .dll files are library files which are used to run the exe files. By default we cant run library files, we need Exe files (executable) to start our application. But exe files need dlls support to run. DLL - dynamic link library

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