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Hello EveryBody !
I am trying to write an application that works in Unicode
mode . For this reason I have defined UNICODE symbol.
When I try to build my project ( VC++5.0) I fail in the link stage with a message that "mfc42ud.lib" could not be  found.
I understand that it is a Unicode-Debug version of mfc4.2 but regular search on the Web did not reveal a thing.
Can you help me ? ( I know you can )
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YiannisVolos earned 50 total points
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Hello.
You should install the unicode libraries that come with your Visual C++. To install them simply start the setup of Visual C++ and somewhere at the details you should check the Unicode libraries.

Regards,
Yiannis
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