UNLOADLIBRARYDLL StatementWindows

Removes DLL from memory (only those declared in Rapid-Q). If DLL hasn't been loaded or is not found, this statement does nothing.

Syntax: UNLOADLIBRARY(DLLName)
DECLARE FUNCTION UpdateWindow LIB "USER32" ALIAS _
          "UpdateWindow" (hWnd AS LONG) AS LONG
UNLOADLIBRARY("USER32") '-- Removes USER32.DLL from memory

Details:
It is not required that you unload a DLL, this is done for you when your Rapid-Q program ends. Unloading a DLL library from memory does not mean the function call that requires the DLL will fail. The DLL is again reloaded into memory before the function call, so you can UnLoad it again if you want. Please note that library names should match, so in your declaration for LIB "USER32" ... to unload this library, you must match that same name. UNLOADLIBRARY("USER32.DLL") does nothing, it must be "USER32" in this particular case. See also LIBRARYINST.