Topic: Dynamic DLL

I have a free spreadsheet Reogrid that is very good.
How can I use the dll in simply fortran (windows 10)?

Please advice,

Regards, Peter

Re: Dynamic DLL


It appears the Reogrid is a .NET component, which runs on top of the CLR as opposed to natively.  Simply Fortran cannot compile.NET code.  However, all is not lost.  You could create a native DLL in Simply Fortran and access it from a .NET program (written in Visual Basic.NET or C#) as well as the Reogrid DLL.  It isn't ideal, but it is feasible.

Jeff Armstrong
Approximatrix, LLC