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Win32 Defines & C++
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- Subject: Win32 Defines & C++
- From: "Nirmal Prasad" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 10:21:04 -0500
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This is not a cygwin related query,bug or feature request but if someone can
help it will be great b'cos i am getting this problem in some code that i
have while compiling under cygwin.
The problem i am facing is that i have some c++ class that has a member
function which is the same as a win32 define (e.g. GetNextWindow). The
problem is that the pre-processor substitues this and the compiler complains
that there is something wrong. One of the solutions i thought of getting
around this is to make the #define'd macro to an inline function and the
code would then compile but this would be tedious if its a lot of macros . I
was wondering if there is any other elegant solution such that i dont have
to change any code.????
Thanks in advance
Nirmal Prasad R.
#define GetNextWindow(h,c) GetWindow(h,c) /* somewhere in some
win32 header */
//.. This is in my file
... some members
void GetNextWindow(uint c); //<- get an error here
as "GetNextWindow" called with 1 argument only
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