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OwlMain

Posted on 2000-02-18
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What does the following error message mean?:
You have accidentally used a dummy version of OwlMain?
This is the error message I get when I try to run a program with multiple files have successfully compiled them.
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You need to specify console for the executable.

To fix this, right-click on your .exe file in the Project window. Select Target Expert. On the Target Expert Form, go to the Target Model drop down box and select "console". Press OK. Use the build all again and then run.  
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