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Old   November 17, 2011, 15:12
Default There is no c++ file to import in Fluent
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Dear all

how should i save a c++ program to be available in Fluent user defined function,
I follow the UDF user manual but it can not import in fluent, how ever i checked all header types in c++ program, i think the problem is saved file format?!!!

please help me

my softwares are as follow;
os windows 7 32 bit
Fluent6.3
visual studio 2010
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