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binding and using resource workshop files

Posted on 1997-05-07
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Can someone please tell me or point in the diretion of instructions for binding resource workshop .rc files in a .exe. I am using BC++ 4.5. I can create for example a dialogue button and save it in a .rc file but I cannot figure out how to bind that file to an exe so that I can use the button in a program.
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You should have created a project file (make file .MAK) for the .exe. Add the .rc file into the project file.
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The answer answers what I ask but it is a little bit too concise
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