
Is there a way to call a stored proc to populate a DAO recordset? I've tried the following, but it keeps failing on the Open statement.
CDaoRecordset *pSet = new CDaoRecordset(m_pDB);<br />
CString strSQL;<br />
strSQL.Format(_T("exec sp_GetInventoryForVendor %d"), lVenderID);<br />
<br />
try<br />
{<br />
BeginWaitCursor();<br />
//pSet>Open(dbOpenDynaset, strSQL);<br />
pSet>Open(dbOpenSnapshot, strSQL, dbSQLPassThrough);<br />
<br />
if(!pSet>IsEOF() && !pSet>IsBOF())<br />
{<br />
pSet>MoveFirst();<br />
while( !pSet>IsEOF() )<br />
{<br />
...
Does the Stored Proc need to have the recordset specified as an OUTPUT parameter?
 modified at 8:51 Monday 24th September, 2007





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Thanks
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Visual C++ MVP





Dear friends...i've done a sorting program here...but i dont know to include another sorting algorithm .the algorithm that i would like to insert is selection sort
the algorithm tat i would like to insert
void selectionSort(int a[], int size)
{
int i, j, min;
for (i = 0; i < size  1; i++)
{
min = i;
for (j = i+1; j < size; j++)
{
if (a[j] < a[min])
{
min = j;
}
}
swap(a[i], a[min]);
}
}
I need help of how to implement it in here
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
#include <fstream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <algorithm>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>
typedef int dataType;
int innum[2000];
int size;
int number=0;
int num;
int i;
float b;
int assignment=0;
int compare=0;
int starttime, stoptime, timeused;
struct list
{
int info;
list*link;
};
list *first = NULL;
list *last = NULL;
list *newNode;
list *lhead = NULL;
list *lastnum; //last number
list *firstnum; //first number
list *current;
list *trailCurrent;
void linked()
{
list * newNode = new list;
newNode>info=num;
newNode>link=NULL;
if (first==NULL)
{
first=newNode;
last=newNode;
lhead=newNode;
}
else
{
last>link= newNode;
last= newNode;
}
}
void sort()
{
int tmp, index;
for (int firstnumber=1; firstnumber<size; firstnumber++,="" compare++)="" compare="" of="" number
=""
="" if="" (innum[firstnumber]<innum[firstnumber1])
="" {="" tmp="innum[firstnumber];
" index="firstnumber;
" do
="" {
="" innum[index]="innum[index1];
" index;
="" }
="" while="" (index="">0 && innum[index1]>tmp);
innum[index]=tmp;
assignment++;
}
cout<<"\nBelow Are The Sorted Numbers"<<"\n\n";
for(int j=0; j<size; j++)
="" {
="" cout<<innum[j]<<"\t";
="" }
=""
="" stoptime="clock();
" timeused="stoptime" ="" starttime;
="" cout="" <<="" "\ncpu="" time:="" "="" 1000="" ms."="" endl;
="" system("pause");
}
int="" main()=""
{
="" float="" a;
="" cout<<"\n*********************";
="" cout<<"\n*="" 1.="" random="" 20="" *";
="" 2.="" 200="" 3.="" 2000="" 4.="" in="" order="" 5.="" 6.="" 7.="" reverse="" 8.="" 9.="" cout<<"\n*********************";
="" cout<<"\nplease="" choose="" as="" above:="" ";
="" cin="">>a;
if (a==1)
{
size=20;
ifstream input ("random20.txt", ios::in);
cout<<"\nBelow Are The Unsorted Numbers\n\n";
for ( i=0; i<20; i++)
{
input>>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();
="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
=""
="" if="" (a="=2)
" {="" size="200;
" ifstream="" input="" ("random200.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
="" {
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}="" sort();=""
="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=3)
" {="" size="2000;
" ifstream="" input="" ("random2000.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
="" {
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=4)
" {="" size="20;
" ifstream="" input="" ("order20.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<20;="" i++)
="" {
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=5)
" {="" size="200;
" ifstream="" input="" ("order200.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
="" {
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=6)
" {
="" size="2000;
" ifstream="" input="" ("order2000.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=7)
" {
="" size="20;
" ifstream="" input="" ("reverse20.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<20;="" i++)
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=8)
" {
="" size="200;
" ifstream="" input="" ("reverse200.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}=""
="" sort();
="" cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
="" }
="" if="" (a="=9)
" {
="" size="2000;
" ifstream="" input="" ("reverse2000.txt",="" ios::in);
="" cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
="" for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<





snoop82 wrote: i dont know to include another sorting algorithm .
It looks as though you already have. What's the problem?
snoop82 wrote: ...im a beginner..
Working on data structures? Isn't that putting the cart before the horse?
"A good athlete is the result of a good and worthy opponent."  David Crow
"To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals; to have deference for others governs our manners."  Laurence Sterne





Well i dont know to add another sorting like selection sort..whereby it would perform the same actions as the coding.I don't know to make a menu driven of choosing the sorting also.





what is the question again ?





the algorithm tat i would like to insert
void selectionSort(int a[], int size)
{
int i, j, min;
for (i = 0; i < size  1; i++)
{
min = i;
for (j = i+1; j < size; j++)
{
if (a[j] < a[min])
{
min = j;
}
}
swap(a[i], a[min]);
}
}
I need help of how to implement it in here
#include
using namespace std;
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
typedef int dataType;
int innum[2000];
int size;
int number=0;
int num;
int i;
float b;
int assignment=0;
int compare=0;
int starttime, stoptime, timeused;
struct list
{
int info;
list*link;
};
list *first = NULL;
list *last = NULL;
list *newNode;
list *lhead = NULL;
list *lastnum; //last number
list *firstnum; //first number
list *current;
list *trailCurrent;
void linked()
{
list * newNode = new list;
newNode>info=num;
newNode>link=NULL;
if (first==NULL)
{
first=newNode;
last=newNode;
lhead=newNode;
}
else
{
last>link= newNode;
last= newNode;
}
}
void sort()
{
int tmp, index;
for (int firstnumber=1; firstnumber
if (innum[firstnumber]
{
tmp= innum[firstnumber];
index= firstnumber;
do
{
innum[index]=innum[index1];
index;
}
while (index>0 && innum[index1]>tmp);
innum[index]=tmp;
assignment++;
}
cout<<"\nBelow Are The Sorted Numbers"<<"\n\n";
for(int j=0; j
{
cout<<innum[j]<<"\t";
}
stoptime =="" clock();
timeused="stoptime" ="" starttime;
cout="" <<="" "\ncpu="" time:="" "="" timeused="" 1000="" ms."="" endl;
="" system("pause");
}
int="" main()
{
float="" a;
cout<<"\n*********************";
cout<<"\n*="" 1.="" random="" 20="" *";
cout<<"\n*="" 2.="" 200="" 3.="" 2000="" *";
cout<<"\n*********************";
cout<<"\n*="" 4.="" in="" order="" 5.="" 6.="" 7.="" reverse="" 8.="" 9.="" *";
cout<<"\n*********************";
cout<<"\nplease="" choose="" as="" above:="" ";
cin="">>a;
if (a==1)
{
size=20;
ifstream input ("random20.txt", ios::in);
cout<<"\nBelow Are The Unsorted Numbers\n\n";
for ( i=0; i<20; i++)
{
input>>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=2)
{
size=200;
ifstream" input="" ("random200.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
} sort();
cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=3)
{
size=2000;
ifstream" input="" ("random2000.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=4)
{
size=20;
ifstream" input="" ("order20.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<20;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=5)
{
size=200;
ifstream" input="" ("order200.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=6)
{
size=2000;
ifstream" input="" ("order2000.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=7)
{
size=20;
ifstream" input="" ("reverse20.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<20;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=8)
{
size=200;
ifstream" input="" ("reverse200.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=9)
{
size=2000;
ifstream" input="" ("reverse2000.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<





snoop82 wrote: the algorithm tat i would like to insert
To where? Can't you just paste the code into your IDE in much the same way as you did here?
snoop82 wrote: I need help of how to implement it in here
It's already implemented. Are you wanting to call it?
"A good athlete is the result of a good and worthy opponent."  David Crow
"To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals; to have deference for others governs our manners."  Laurence Sterne





the algorithm tat i would like to insert
void selectionSort(int a[], int size)
{
int i, j, min;
for (i = 0; i < size  1; i++)
{
min = i;
for (j = i+1; j < size; j++)
{
if (a[j] < a[min])
{
min = j;
}
}
swap(a[i], a[min]);
}
}
I need help of how to implement it in here
#include
using namespace std;
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
typedef int dataType;
int innum[2000];
int size;
int number=0;
int num;
int i;
float b;
int assignment=0;
int compare=0;
int starttime, stoptime, timeused;
struct list
{
int info;
list*link;
};
list *first = NULL;
list *last = NULL;
list *newNode;
list *lhead = NULL;
list *lastnum; //last number
list *firstnum; //first number
list *current;
list *trailCurrent;
void linked()
{
list * newNode = new list;
newNode>info=num;
newNode>link=NULL;
if (first==NULL)
{
first=newNode;
last=newNode;
lhead=newNode;
}
else
{
last>link= newNode;
last= newNode;
}
}
void sort()
{
int tmp, index;
for (int firstnumber=1; firstnumber
if (innum[firstnumber]
{
tmp= innum[firstnumber];
index= firstnumber;
do
{
innum[index]=innum[index1];
index;
}
while (index>0 && innum[index1]>tmp);
innum[index]=tmp;
assignment++;
}
cout<<"\nBelow Are The Sorted Numbers"<<"\n\n";
for(int j=0; j
{
cout<<innum[j]<<"\t";
}
stoptime =="" clock();
timeused="stoptime" ="" starttime;
cout="" <<="" "\ncpu="" time:="" "="" timeused="" 1000="" ms."="" endl;
="" system("pause");
}
int="" main()
{
float="" a;
cout<<"\n*********************";
cout<<"\n*="" 1.="" random="" 20="" *";
cout<<"\n*="" 2.="" 200="" 3.="" 2000="" *";
cout<<"\n*********************";
cout<<"\n*="" 4.="" in="" order="" 5.="" 6.="" 7.="" reverse="" 8.="" 9.="" *";
cout<<"\n*********************";
cout<<"\nplease="" choose="" as="" above:="" ";
cin="">>a;
if (a==1)
{
size=20;
ifstream input ("random20.txt", ios::in);
cout<<"\nBelow Are The Unsorted Numbers\n\n";
for ( i=0; i<20; i++)
{
input>>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=2)
{
size=200;
ifstream" input="" ("random200.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
} sort();
cout<<"\nnumber="" of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=3)
{
size=2000;
ifstream" input="" ("random2000.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=4)
{
size=20;
ifstream" input="" ("order20.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<20;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=5)
{
size=200;
ifstream" input="" ("order200.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=6)
{
size=2000;
ifstream" input="" ("order2000.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=7)
{
size=20;
ifstream" input="" ("reverse20.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<20;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=8)
{
size=200;
ifstream" input="" ("reverse200.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<200;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<<num<<"\t";
}
sort();
cout<<"\nnumber of="" comparisons:\t"<<compare<<"\n";
cout<<"\nnumber="" assignment:\t"<<assignment<<"\n\n";
}
if="" (a="=9)
{
size=2000;
ifstream" input="" ("reverse2000.txt",="" ios::in);
cout<<"\nunsorted="" numbers\n\n";
for="" (int="" i="0;" i<2000;="" i++)
{
input="">>num;
innum[i]=num;
cout<





Why did you paste your ENTIRE program again? Once is MORE THAN enough.
"A good athlete is the result of a good and worthy opponent."  David Crow
"To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals; to have deference for others governs our manners."  Laurence Sterne





I am sorry..well i didnt mean that..well the coding which i've pasted earlier... i would need to implement another sorting method as well.Im choosing selection sort.But i don't know to include it into the coding ...so i would need to be having a menu such as choose either insertion or selection ...and then it would go into the float a..please do guide me.Well it should also do the sorting,comparison and also the time.Thank you.





For pete's sake, man, ditch this program and start with something way more simple. I suggest purchasing a book or at least borrowing one from your local library.
No offense personally, but to carry on with your current endeavor is a waste of your time and ours. Learning how to code up a useful program, while fun, is completely comprehensive in that one step builds upon the previous one. Skipping the small stuff is just a recipe for failure.
"A good athlete is the result of a good and worthy opponent."  David Crow
"To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals; to have deference for others governs our manners."  Laurence Sterne





Sorry, I didn't see it, can you post it once again ?
I mean, you posted it three times, why not a fourth time, in case somebody missed it ?





snoop82 wrote: whereby it would perform the same actions as the coding.I don't know to make a menu driven of choosing the sorting also.
Let me get this straight. YOu've written a sorting algorithm, something pretty complex, by you can't write something that puts up a menu and accepts a little keyboard input, something VERY simple???
Tell me why I seriously doubt you wrote the sorting algorithm... Sounds more like copy'n'pasted one to me.





well i've got it from the net and tried doing it and i'm a beginner ..and i'm like losing hope..please help me





snoop82 wrote: ..and i'm like losing hope..
Coincidentally, so are we
Mark Salsbery
Microsoft MVP  Visual C++





Please do help me...pls do guide me





snoop82 wrote: pls do guide me
This[^] is the first step. Once you apply everything that is there, some people might help you. Until then, well, I don't think a lot of people would like to read all your code...





On top of that, this reeks of homework.





didn't i tell you you were a stupid idiot ?
well, i believe you'll trust me now when i give you posting advices.
otherwise, never forget i'll always be beyind your butt to kick you every time you'll abuse the forums





Is anybody familiar with SQLPassThrough? Is this just an old VB way of doing things, or does it also exist through VC++? If it isn't in VC++ what would the equivalent be?





I'm not sure if this is what you're referring to, but it seems this is related to direct
queries to a database, bypassing ODBC.
If so...
In the MFC ODBC classes, there's CDatabase::ExecuteSQL() and CRecordset::Open() with the executeDirect option.
For ODBC using the ODBC APIs, there's SQLExecDirect().
Mark
Mark Salsbery
Microsoft MVP  Visual C++





I'm writing a logging program for virtual COM port connected sensors which is later on going to communicate with a framegrabber for syncronisations purposes. For simplicity I wanted to run the program in a command window but MFC and iostream seems to have a hard time cooperating. I need access virtual serial ports and later on threading for the framegrabber (video input).
First: Is it a dead end to use iostream and a command window for my needs? Do the MFC components refuse running in a command window?
Second: If iostream and MFC should work together (I don't have any previous experience with MFC so I barely know what I'm speaking about) how do I get around my linking problems? I get the evil LNK2005 error, eg.:
nafxcw.lib(afxmem.obj) : error LNK2005: "void * __cdecl operator new(unsigned int)" (??2@YAPAXI@Z) already defined in libcpmt.lib(newop.obj)
when I'm linking. It seems to be the "new" and "delete" operators which are the problem. I've already looked through the MS article on the topic (ID : 148652) but I still can't figure out how to get around it.
#include <afx.h>
#include <iostream>
,plus an almost empty main, gives me the error. What have I gotten wrong?
I'm using MS Visual Studio .NET 2003.





xjonil wrote: Second: If iostream and MFC should work together
They do. In dayly work with VS.NET 2003 and 2005.
I include the STLstuff in stdafx.h, before including the MFCstuff and there is no linker problem.
Please do a minimal testprogram showing your problems and post it.
Are you perchance using new for a global static variable?
Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not money, I am become as a sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. George Orwell, "Keep the Aspidistra Flying", Opening words





I'm at home now but I think it all boiled down to:
#include <afx.h>
#include <iostream>
void main()
{
std::cout << "test";
};
Now when I think about it I guess afx.h is a litte overkill. I got stuck on the solution proposed in the MS article. I used more specific include files like winbase.h to start with. I'm not sure if it caused the same problem.



