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Linking problem while including afxtempl.h

Posted on 2000-03-28
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I want to declare a CList variable in my
console project (and I have another MFC project depending on it). There are many link errors jumping up of a kind:

unresolved external symbol ___argv

What should I do?
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by:Shay050799
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have u tried to include the MFC dlls in ur projects ?
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donnerjack earned 50 total points
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if you build the project as an MFC application try adding:
#include <afxtempl.h>
if not build it as an MFC application.
(CList is an MFC object)
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