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An simple B++Builder error!

Posted on 1998-12-26
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When I write a C++Builder application, I remove the event OnClick of a label and delete OnClick function then I recompile the source code again. It make an error "Link external error with OnClick function.....".

How can I remove this error?
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Question by:nhhoang
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by:AVaulin
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Probably you did not clear OnClick property in Object Inspector (Events tab)
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by:nhhoang
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I said "I removed the event OnClick" that mean I  clear OnClick property in Object Inspector. And even though I deleted that label, C++Builder 3.0 compiler still reported above error
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by:Tommy Hui
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Did you try a rebuild all of everything? Perhaps a module that was previously compiled still thinks that there is an OnClick property.
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Delete OnClick Event function in header file

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