July 26, 2002 - Specifying the Reference Library Correctly
July 26, 2002|
Specifying the Reference Library Correctly
Tips: July 2002
Yehuda Shiran, Ph.D.
/r:switch to specify which libraries to use as a reference. These libraries (
dllfiles) should include the definitions of classes that you reference in your code. If you need to reference more than one library, use commas to delimit them. Be careful not to leave a blank after a delimiting comma, or else you'll get a fatal error from the compiler. The following Command Prompt window shows a successful compilation, where there are no blanks after any commas, followed by a failed compilation, where a blank was trailing the first delimiting comma in the
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