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I have the following code -
intellisense identifier is undefined
C++
// First_ATL.h : Declaration of the CFirst_ATL

#pragma once
#include "resource.h"       // main symbols



#include "ATLProject1_i.h"



#if defined(_WIN32_WCE) && !defined(_CE_DCOM) && !defined(_CE_ALLOW_SINGLE_THREADED_OBJECTS_IN_MTA)
#error "Single-threaded COM objects are not properly supported on Windows CE platform, such as the Windows Mobile platforms that do not include full DCOM support. Define _CE_ALLOW_SINGLE_THREADED_OBJECTS_IN_MTA to force ATL to support creating single-thread COM object's and allow use of it's single-threaded COM object implementations. The threading model in your rgs file was set to 'Free' as that is the only threading model supported in non DCOM Windows CE platforms."
#endif

using namespace ATL;


// CFirst_ATL

class ATL_NO_VTABLE CFirst_ATL :
	public CComObjectRootEx<ccomsinglethreadmodel>,
	public CComCoClass<cfirst_atl,>,
	public IDispatchImpl
{
public:
	CFirst_ATL()
	{
	}

DECLARE_REGISTRY_RESOURCEID(IDR_FIRST_ATL)

DECLARE_NOT_AGGREGATABLE(CFirst_ATL)

BEGIN_COM_MAP(CFirst_ATL)
	COM_INTERFACE_ENTRY(IFirst_ATL)
	COM_INTERFACE_ENTRY(IDispatch)
END_COM_MAP()



	DECLARE_PROTECT_FINAL_CONSTRUCT()

	HRESULT FinalConstruct()
	{
		return S_OK;
	}

	void FinalRelease()
	{
	}

public:



	STDMETHOD(AddNumbers)(LONG Num1, LONG Num2, LONG* ReturnVal);
};

OBJECT_ENTRY_AUTO(__uuidof(First_ATL), CFirst_ATL)

errors are -
1   IntelliSense: identifier "CLSID_First_ATL" is undefined 
2   IntelliSense: identifier "IFirst_ATL" is undefined  c
3   IntelliSense: identifier "IID_IFirst_ATL" is undefined  
4   IntelliSense: identifier "LIBID_ATLProject1Lib" is undefined    
5   IntelliSense: identifier "IFirst_ATL" is undefined   2   ATLProject1
6   IntelliSense: invalid type conversion   c
7   IntelliSense: identifier "First_ATL" is undefined
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Updated 28-Jun-19 23:16pm
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Comments
chandanadhikari 6-Aug-15 5:37am
   
hi,
simply means that the file in which you have defined these symbols is not #included in the source/.cpp file.
maybe you can search in the whiole project or soulution where all does "CLSID_First_ATL" appears and if its found to be defined in some file, then including that file here should make it work.

just making a guess: it might be the 'ATLProject1_i.c' file
barneyman 6-Aug-15 18:31pm
   
intellisense will whinge until the idl is first compiled, because none of the headers have been created by midl

what *build* errors did you get?

i generally ignore intellisense errors

1 solution

#include<iostream>
using namespace std;
class ToyotaModel
{
public:
void name(char z);
void codition(char y);
void modelno(double x);

};
void ToyotaModel::modelno(double x)
{
cout << " Model of the car is " << x << endl;
}
void ToyotaModel::name(char z)
{
cout << " Name of the car is " << z << endl;
}
void ToyotaModel::codition(char y)
{
cout << " Condition of the car is " << y << endl;
}
int main()
{
ToyotaModel y;
y.modelno (1955);
y.name (Xli);
y.codition (Good);
return 0;
}
   
Comments
Dave Kreskowiak 29-Jun-19 10:58am
   
Posting a code snippet that has nothing to do with the question that was asked four year ago?

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