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I'm not sure how using multiple .cpp files to create one .exe works but I'm attempted to using multiples to create just one .exe file. I'm currently using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and I've created a project built the project, and ran the file. I've either done something incorrect, or my idea of how this would work is wrong, in which case, my bad.

#include "DarkGDK.h"

void drawBlueBox();
void drawRedBox();
int x=319;

void DarkGDK()
{
	dbSetWindowOff();     // window mode off
	dbMaximiseWindow();     // maximise
	dbSetDisplayMode(1280, 1024, 32);

	while(x=319){
	dbCLS();
	drawBlueBox();
	drawRedBox();
	}
	dbWaitKey();
}

void drawBlueBox()
{
	int red = dbRND(255);
	int green = dbRND(225);
	int blue = dbRND(225);

	DWORD blue1 = dbRGB(red, green, blue);
	DWORD black = dbRGB(0, 255, 0);

	dbInk(blue1, black);
	dbBox(0, 0, 639, 511);
}

void drawRedBox()
{
	int red = dbRND(255);
	int green = dbRND(225);
	int blue = dbRND(225);

	DWORD red1 = dbRGB(red, green, blue);
	DWORD black = dbRGB(0, 255, 0);

	dbInk(red1, black);
	dbBox(640, 512, 1280, 1024);
}

#include "DarkGDK.h"

int y=0;

void main()
{
	int width = dbScreenWidth();
	int height = dbScreenHeight();
	int mouseX = dbMouseX();
	int mouseY = dbMouseY();
	dbPositionMouse(dbScreenWidth()/2, dbScreenHeight()/2);
	DWORD white = dbRGB(255, 255, 255);
	DWORD black = dbRGB(0, 255, 0);

	while(y=0){
	dbInk(white, black);
	dbText(350, 150, "Screen Width: ");
	dbText(460, 150, dbStr(width));
	dbText(120, 350, "Screen Height: ");
	dbText(240, 350, dbStr(height));
	dbText(120, 363, "Mouse Position: (    ,    )");
	dbText(255, 363, dbStr(mouseX));
	dbText(297, 363, dbStr(mouseY));
	dbWait(50);
	}
	
}


The first .cpp file makes a full screen window that makes two randomly color changing boxes, while the second .cpp files tracks your mouses movement as you move it across the screen and displays it. The code on either .cpp files is running properly when compiled alone and into two separate .exe files. If someone could explain exactly how one .exe file made with multiple .cpp files would run I think that would also be helpful.
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