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I keep getting this error!  I am using Turbo C++, Version 3.0 for Windows from Borland.  Here is the damn error...

Compiling ..\OWL\EXAMPLES\HELLOAPP.CPP:
Fatal ..\OWL\INCLUDE\OWL.H 40: Error directive: OWL applications must be built with either WIN30 or WIN31 defined.


Any help GREATLY appreciated!  I have made this worth all my remaining points!
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gaohong earned 260 total points
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Hi, first in project local option, defines STRICT, then check
appropriate settings, either WIN30 or WIN31. I do not have a
TC++3.0 in front, however, it is all from the projectings. To
make it easy, copy a similar project (OWL example project *.prj)
to where you want your project resides, then rename it, and
remove all the cpp and rc files, add your own files and add your include directory, it should working, else try one of borland
examples in the examples directory, if still problems, then
may be do a re-install.

hope this helps
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