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Why CX0030 is being generating for the fOpen() statement?

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I am not a C++ programmer but I was assigned the task to compile a Linux C++ code to run in a Windows platform. I was able to compile the program, but now I am having problems with the fOpen() function that once worked in Unix. The "CXX0030 error: expression cannot be evaluated" is being generated for all fOpen() functions that exist in the program.

Below, I listed part of the program that is giving me troubles, and I was hoping for assistance:

 FILE* rulefile;
...
void plant(char* refdir)
  {
  RULE* ru;
  int i,j,doneflag;
  char* rfilename = (char*)malloc(80*sizeof(char));
  const char* rfn = "\\rules.txt";

  i = -1;
  while (refdir[++i] != '\0')
    {
    rfilename[i] = refdir[i];
    }
  j = 0;

  do
    {
    rfilename[i+j] = rfn[j];
    }
  while (rfn[j++] != '\0');

  rulefile = fopen (rfilename, "rt");        <=========  error generated at this point

   if (rulefile == NULL)
    {
    printf("failed to open rule file\n");
    exit(1);
    }
  doneflag = 0;
  while (!(doneflag))
    {
    ru = new RULE(&doneflag);
    delete ru;
    }
  fclose (rulefile);
  }

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Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thank you.
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by:jkr
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Do you have either a

#include <stdio.h>

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or a

#include <cstdio>

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at the top your your source file?
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by:CarmenMTorres
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Yes, I do.  The following is what I have:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <malloc.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
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by:CarmenMTorres
ID: 40577330
Additional information on this problem:

I tried to execute the fopen statement (i.e., fopen(rfilename, "rt")) in the quick watch window and the value that was returned was  "CXX0017: Error: symbol "fopen" not found".

In the Debug Option and Settings, I selected the "Microsoft Symbol Services" and "All modules, unless excluded", so I am not sure why this symbol not found error is being generated by MS Visual C++ 2010 Express.

Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.
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jkr earned 500 total points
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Wait a minute, if you are using Visual Studio, "CXX0017" (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/7cw9d870.aspx) is an "Expression Evaluator Error" which means that you already successfully have built your application and onyl that expression can't be evaluated by the Debugger...
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by:CarmenMTorres
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Thank you for clarifying the CXX0017 error.   I was still having trouble opening a file via fopen using Visual Studio 2010 Express.  So I spent the entire afternoon searching the web and came across a small comment from one of MS tech staff stating that the fopen issue is a bug within the 2010 version, and that the fix has been implemented in 2013 Express.  I now have downloaded 2013 Express version and will attempt to run the program in this new environment.  I hope this new version resolves the fopen issue and I can move on with the rest of the program.

Thank you again for your assistance.
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