USing #include<graph.h> in VC++ 6.0

Posted on 2003-10-23
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USing #include<graph.h> in VC++ 6.0 gave an error: "fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'graph.h': No such file or directory
Error executing cl.exe."  Please help.

Question by:foxstream65

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is graph included in your project path or in your main path?

Project | Settings | C++ | Preprocessor?

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tinchos earned 225 total points
ID: 9611716
Sorry foxstream65

but graph.h does not come with VC++ 6.0..........

so, I believe that it must be from a library you added to it, so make sure that the directory where the file is stored is included in the directories includes for the project.

Hope this helps


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ID: 9613616
Thanks very much, Tincho.  That helped.


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