It is good to hear that you are making progress, that things are
Your problem with "stdio.h" is not happening in the linking because
the link process does not involve header files. Probably it is =
the compiling. Also, "stdio.h" is a system header file and has been =
for years by thousands of programmers, so I do not think it is the =
the problem. My guess is that in a header file above "stdio.h" there =
semicolon missing. I used to forget to leave semicolons off the end of
"struct", "enum", and "class" statements and it caused this sort of =
Thank you for your kind words!
John F. Fay
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Sent: Friday, May 28, 2004 10:15 AM
Subject: [Freeglut-developer] STEF to JOHN
It seems to work a little better.
The freeglut_static.lib was missing.
There's another trouble:
3 errors in the <stdio.h> when linking.
i check this header,everything seems to be OK.Here's
the part of the header involved:
typedef unsigned int size_t;
here's the errors listing:
-syntax error missing ";" before type "unsigned int"
-"o" missing storage_class or type specifier
-unexpected end of file
If you could help me...
By the way i got the HORTON book,but there's no all
the spefication of the compiler and linker.
You should really write a book:the way you explain is=20
smart,fast and efficient.
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