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Posted on 1997-03-18
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I'm using Borland to develop DOS C++ apps with a great deal of overlays and I get a lot of No stub for fixup in module name warning messages (at last count, about 65 each time I link the app).

It seems to be as a result of instantiating a class in the middle of a function, like:

if (bob=your_uncle) {
   Print output;  // Instantiate Print class
   output.format; //
   ...
}
...

The app still runs nicely and no users are experiencing problems but I'm getting nervous that I'm going to miss a warning that means something.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
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Question by:zephyr
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yonat earned 50 total points
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I'm not sure if this THE problem, but this is defintely A
problem:
    if (bob=your_uncle) {
          ^^^

It should be:
    if (bob == your_uncle) {

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