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Before replicating this scenario, you need first to build up your runtime environment.

  • Create the DLL to be loaded by tDotNETInstantiate

    This example class built into .NET reads as follows:

    using System;
    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using System.Text;
    namespace Test1
        public class Class1
            string s = null;
            public Class1(string s)
                this.s = s;
            public string getValue()
                return "Return Value from Class1: " + s;

    This class reads the input value and adds the text Return Value from Class1: in front of this value. It is compiled using the latest .NET.

  • Install the runtime DLL from the latest .NET. In this scenario, we use janet-win32.dll on Windows 32-bit version and place it in the System32 folder.

    Thus the runtime DLL is compatible with the DLL to be loaded.

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