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Old 08-15-2006, 12:39 PM   #1
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Default Problems with Dev-C++

as the title says i'm having issues with the bloodshed dev IDE. I tried to write a simple wondows program with sample code from a book i'm reading but it won't compile. i have two linker errors with SetPixel and GetStockObject. I searched this and found i need the Windows GDI. i have no idea how to get this or how to link it to my program.
i also have this error [Build Error] [WindowsTest] Error 1.
i don't know if the GDI will fix this also so i thought i'd mention it. can anyone tell me how to link that file, or any file in general so i can do this on my own later? thanks for any help.

EDIT: ok scratch this, i was an idiot and made it a win32 console project whe it needed to be a win32 gui project. problem solved.

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Old 08-20-2006, 02:47 AM   #2
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You can look @ that if you want to check out stuff about the GDI. Glad you fixed your problem. GL w/ c++
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