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Old   December 21, 2007, 05:30
Default what does nmake is invalid command [nmake] mean?
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chunying
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I get this message if I input nmake in the fluent window.

Does this mean I have not set C++ environment successfully? I have tried the setup twice and get this same result.

Is there any other possible reasons?

Thank you very much!
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