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Posted on 1997-06-26
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I have recieved a header file and a library which it needs.
Unfortunately the library file will not link to the program to create the .EXE file, after a succeddful compliation.
What am I doing wrong???
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Knallar earned 0 total points
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Sounds like you`ve forgotten to add the lib to your projekt file,
respectively your makefile. Try including it and recompile.
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by:md041797
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It depends on the error message.  What's it say?
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by:rnolan
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This man was on the ball.
Thank you VERY MUCH!!!
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