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The "TimeDateStamp" member of the import directory entry for a module controls binding; if it is set to zero, then the import directory is not bound. If it is non-zero, then it is bound to another module. However, the TimeDateStamp in the import table must match the TimeDateStamp in the bound module's FileHeader, otherwise the bound values will be discarded by the loader. Forwarding and binding Binding can of course be a problem if the bound library / module forwards its exports to another module.
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