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Questiondeclaring a global variable Pin
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I do not understand Frown | :(

If I declare CString sqla, say in Budget.cpp (a dialog class), then I have to declare it again as extern CString sqla in payroll.cpp (another dialog class)? Is that right

Actually what I am trying to do is declare CString sqla in just one place in the program and then use just sqla directly in any other .cpp file. Is that possible?

Usually, a dialog class has the .cpp file and .h file. If you want to use CString sqla in all the functions of that particular .cpp file, you declare it in the header file. But you cannot use sqla in another dialog class source. You have to declare it again. Is there a way in which I declare it somewhere only once?

Like for example, if math.h is used in many class, you usually #include it in stdAfx.h...

I hope you can understand what I am trying to say!




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