[R] Rmath.dll importing in VB6 problem
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Jun 10 09:58:08 CEST 2010
On Thu, 10 Jun 2010, Ali Makhmali wrote:
> I am facing a problem which i think i need to explain it to you with some
> I need to use the Project R pnorm function in Visual Basic 6.0.
> I have already installed R and this is how i perform and get back the
>> pnorm(2, 15)
>  6.117164e-39
> which is what i need.
> I have already installed R, i generated the Rmath.DLL file out so i can
> import it into my VB6 and use it.
> Anyway, i reviewed pnorm.c file which was in the directory tree of project R
> i downloaded, and it has two functions in it:
> pnorm5 and pnorm_both
> i have successfully imported the Rmath.dll file into my VB6 program, the
> matter is that now i am able to use two functions inside pnorm.c which are
> pnorm5 and pnorm_both; but not the pnorm() (which gives me the result i am
> looking for) and i get back this error:
> "Run-time error '453':
> Can't find DLL entry point pnorm in C:\Rmath.dll"
> I know that when i want to generate a dll from Visual C++ 6.0, i do need to
> create a .def file which determines which functions should be exported, but
> as long as the Rmath.dll is automatically generated after 'make' in
> standalone folder, i don't have a clear idea that how (and where)should i
> add the .def file and which file shall i compile to get the Rmath.dll file
> again, but with mentioning the exporting functions.
Instead of speculating, you should instead look at the exported entry
points: assuming you made Rmath.dll correctly, the entry points are
> Or is it a totally different story from the .def files and there is another
> solution for it?
There is, but this is not an R-help question -- please do study the
posting guide and follow its request not to post C programming
questions _here_ (and not to send HTML).
> Any help is in advanced appreciated.
> Thank you,
> Best regards.
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Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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