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I have a source code that need to be compiled using libwww libraries. I download it from
http://www.w3.org/Library/Distribution/w3c-libwww-5.4.0.zip (is that the correct files?)

but then i don't know how to link it together with my visual c++ project. Any idea?
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First have a read of the Install documentation in the zip file. I would then suggest you extract the files from the zip and try to build hte project. Most likely a dll library will be built which you can then link to in your main application.

I've tried compiling it but I don't have some of the headers it requires. As you go through you will see the headers needed so just try to get them and you should be good.
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I have got the answer a long long time ago actually... but thank you for responding anyway...
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how did u solve it? .. jsut for knowledge's sake
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My friends had compiled it already and I just copied it to my harddisk :p
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