I am using MS Visual Studio 2005. I have manually included the library files for a compilation called EZ-Windows. According to my text book, I should be able to run the attached .cpp file with no problem, but it won't even compile for me. So, if anyone could help me out here I would greatly appreciate it.
I will attach the powerpoint slide that I followed to include the library, as well as the EZ-Windows files and my SimpleWindow file (as a .txt).
Now as a general question about OO design, my teacher had mentioned having a separate .cpp file for every object. So let's say for example I have to make a Tee game (like at Cracker Barrel) that draws a triangle 'board' and tees and stuff and obviously the game functions similarly. So since the tee's are an object, the board is an object, and then you have the basic game object, should I be using three separate .cpp files (one per object)?
But please help me with this EZ-Windows thing, because I have to use it for the rest of my semester! And it goes without saying I will need to know how to do this on my own eventually.
ok, well it won't attach. But I'll check back in soon to try to re-attach.
edit: apparently DIC doesn't like me anymore either...I can't attach anything
This post has been edited by ShotokanDeity: 19 February 2008 - 06:15 PM