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cox32.obj

cox32.obj

cox32.obj

(OP)
Error: Unresolved external '_main' referenced from C:\APPL\BC5\LIB\COX32.OBJ

First, there is no COX32.OBJ
What can I do to get it working? Sorry, but I am not an expert, just not. Maybe I have something to change in my borland c++ editor/projectmanager

Thanks a lot,
david reuvekamp
the netherlands

RE: cox32.obj

I'm not familar with that file. It's not one supplies by borland that I know of. Did you include a third-party libraries or files in your project?

James P. Cottingham

I am the Unknown lead by the Unknowing.
I have done so much with so little
for so long that I am now qualified
to do anything with nothing.

RE: cox32.obj

(OP)
I didn't make the program, but it's made in Visual C++. I think there is the difference.

RE: cox32.obj

Then it may be a flie required by VC++ or one of its libraries.

James P. Cottingham

I am the Unknown lead by the Unknowing.
I have done so much with so little
for so long that I am now qualified
to do anything with nothing.

RE: cox32.obj

(OP)
Yes, I think so.
I thought that i have a ListView in c++, but I am unknown with Grafical C++, so now I seek for a working code, where I can experience. Why a ListView, because I need to use a ListView.

Greetings
David

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