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c++ - Inclusion of headers.

reply DMC_Newb <DMC_Newb_member pathlink.com> writes:
Hi all, need a little help here.

I've been writing in C++ for awhile now using MS Visual C++.  I'm writing a
seperate project with the Digital Mars compiler because I need to generate
16-bit DOS mode programs.

My question is how are header files and C++ definition files included in the
command line statement?

For example, I have three files:
main.cpp
func.h
func.cpp

I'm assuming the command begins like this:

dmc -msd main.cpp ??????

How do I finish this?

Thanks!
Oct 05 2004
parent Sanel <Sanel_member pathlink.com> writes:
For files try -HIfilename, for directories with include files try -I\path and
for definitions use -DSOMETHING.

Sanel


In article <cju895$28r$1 digitaldaemon.com>, DMC_Newb says...
Hi all, need a little help here.

I've been writing in C++ for awhile now using MS Visual C++.  I'm writing a
seperate project with the Digital Mars compiler because I need to generate
16-bit DOS mode programs.

My question is how are header files and C++ definition files included in the
command line statement?

For example, I have three files:
main.cpp
func.h
func.cpp

I'm assuming the command begins like this:

dmc -msd main.cpp ??????

How do I finish this?

Thanks!

Oct 06 2004