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Old   March 4, 2006, 20:03
Default STDARG.H Error
Vidya Raja
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I'm trying to compile my UDF to fluent. I followed the instructions in the manual for compiling using the TUI. However, I get an error saying C1083: Could not find the stdarg.h file. No such file or directory.

I have included this file along with the other header files. But still, I get this error and also an error with stdio.h

Can anyone explain what these mean and how I can fix them?

Also, I would like to know how to choose the required header files? On what criteria are these chosen? Since I do not know which ones to choose, I copied all the header files present in the fluent src folder. Will this create problems?

Thanks, Vidya
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