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Template Functions Don't Show up in ClassView (VC++)

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I'm working on a generic matrix class and the template functions I have declared do not show up in the ClassView pane.  All of the private data members are there, but no functions.  Is there a way to show them?
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Question by:klax33
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Close the workspace, delete the <project>.ncb file and reopen the project. This will re-generate the ClassView information.
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If the solution of jkr doesn't help have a look at open #ifdefs or open comments, even in headers. Sometimes they disturb the studio environment but compile.
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