Stupid question about DWORD

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I'm using a library that is STL-only.  My stupid question is - why is DWORD (or BOOL) not recognized?

Thank you,
Mike
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numberkruncherCommented:
DWORD and BOOL are type definitions and should be available if you include the "windows.h" header file.

i.e.
#include

Alternatively you could manually define these:


typedef unsigned long DWORD;
typedef int BOOL;
 
#ifndef TRUE
#define TRUE      1
#define FALSE     0
#endif

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jkrCommented:
Actually,

#include <wtypes.h>

would be sufficient if you don't need the whole other Windows stuff also.
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threadyAuthor Commented:
you're good jkr......  thank you!
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