int dlclose(void *handle);
The dlclose() function is used to inform the system
that the object referenced by a handle
returned from a previous dlopen() is no longer needed by
The use of a dlclose() reflects a statement of intent
on the part of the process, but does not create any requirement upon the
implementation, such as removal of the code or symbols referenced by handle.
Once an object has been closed using dlclose() an
application should assume that its symbols are no longer available to
All objects loaded automatically as a result of invoking
dlopen() on the reference object are also closed.
Points to a previously loaded shared object.
dlclose() returns 0 on success, non-0 on failure.
More detailed diagnostic information is available through
dlclose() is implemented as a pass-through to the Win32
Please refer to the Win32 online documentation for more detailed information.
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