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Re: #include in lex.yy.c

From: Alfonso Urdaneta
Subject: Re: #include in lex.yy.c
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2007 11:34:06 -0400
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cwhite wrote:

Googling this, the suggested solution was to compile lex.yy.c as C++ file. I
did that and it compiled without errors but when I run it, it doesn't
tokenize anymore.

try renaming the .c file to .cpp. For some reason I seem to remember this being the trick to getting Micosoft Studio to behave correctly.

alfonso e. urdaneta
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