“Error 126 happened when doing foo”? How about “Error 126 (The specified module could not be be found) when doing foo”? That’s what this next code sample demonstrates.
I’ve been going through some old “utility code” that I wrote in the past, and realized I spent a lot of time trawling through MSDN documentation and random blog posts to assemble these utility functions. Most of these functions never existed in full in any one spot so I figured I should document these solutions…… Continue reading C++ Utility Code Series