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Hi all,
I got very well solution for my problem of executing win32 Project via Command Prompt but problem goes really hard when i deal .h files.
My previous useful post
Executing Win32 application via CL command[^]
For feedback on above post i really Thanks Richard MacCutchan[^] and CPallini[^] both of them.
Question Arised:-
I have Win32 API with 3 .cpp file and 2 .h(header files)
My int main() function has function call AddTwoNumber()
Which member function of ManupulateValue Class
When i trown command like
cl main.cpp
then i got linking error
Unresolved external symbol AddTwoNumber()
Then I trown command like
cl main.cpp ManupulateValue.cpp
main compile successfully but while compiling ManupulateValue.cpp i got again liking error
UnResolve symbol GetRamdom()
GetRamdom() is Member of GetValue.h header file.
Now My question:-
How i link .h file to my compile process so that .h file can also get include.
Posted 16-Sep-11 23:37pm
Edited 16-Sep-11 23:42pm
CPallini at 17-Sep-11 9:00am
Why do you have a function definition inside a header file?

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Solution 1

Please stop reposting the same question; I have already answered this here[^]. If you really do not understand how compiling and linking works then read this section[^] on MSDN.

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