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c++.windows.32-bits - _popen???

reply Muelleder <Muelleder_member pathlink.com> writes:
Hello!

I urgently need to connect to gnuplot and found some code samples which use
_popen, _pclose, setbuf

I also found, that _popen can be found in MS-VC stdio.h

Trying the sample with my dmc-Installation 
results in _popen not to be found   (undefined identifier '_popen') 

grepping through the include directory results in something found in 
tchar.h and in stdio.h, but #defined there only for unixes.

Is there a workaround, do I need an newer version or do I have to switch 
to MS-Compiler?

Yours sincerely

Johann Muelleder

P.S.: I bought a CD, yes! Version 8.38d.
And I will allways ask myself who had the idea of cutting off the edges of
Zortech compiler disks in order to get the updates...
Jul 11 2005
parent peterblockley.tripod.com <peterblockley.tripod.com_member pathlink.com> writes:
I have a version that works with MSVC

It can be found at http://peterblockley.tripod.com/software.htm

Hope that helps
Peter


In article <dau24r$1gbp$1 digitaldaemon.com>, Muelleder says...
Hello!

I urgently need to connect to gnuplot and found some code samples which use
_popen, _pclose, setbuf

I also found, that _popen can be found in MS-VC stdio.h

Trying the sample with my dmc-Installation 
results in _popen not to be found   (undefined identifier '_popen') 

grepping through the include directory results in something found in 
tchar.h and in stdio.h, but #defined there only for unixes.

Is there a workaround, do I need an newer version or do I have to switch 
to MS-Compiler?

Yours sincerely

Johann Muelleder

P.S.: I bought a CD, yes! Version 8.38d.
And I will allways ask myself who had the idea of cutting off the edges of
Zortech compiler disks in order to get the updates...

Jul 26 2005