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afxext.h incompatible with ddeml.h

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When I try to compile a file which include afxext.h and
ddeml.h  I get the following message:
"HSZ redifinition, different basic types"
I'm using MSVC++ 1.0
Why is this happening and How can I fix it?
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Question by:tapano
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by:galkin
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Try to include ddeml.h before afxext.h
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by:tapano
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When I include ddeml.h before afxext.h the error is in afext.h
if I include sfxext.h before, the error is in ddeml.h.
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Tommy Hui earned 50 total points
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You probably won't be able to fix it without modifying one of the header files to have

#if !defined(HSZ)
#  define HSZ     // whatever
#endif


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