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Dear Experts,
  I tried to build a program using gcc 2.7.x I am getting a linker error __builtin_va_start undefined. Can anyone help me to get rid of this problem.

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S Saravanan
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by:jkr
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What platform (Linux, HP-UX, Solaris) are you using it on?

Check the 'varargs.h' header file and 'include/va-[platform].h' files. Do you have them included?
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BTW: Make sure that gcc uses the header files unde 'gcc-lib' instead of the 'regular' ones...
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Sorry for the very late response.
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