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QuestionHow to put MFC View full screen on second monitor? Pin
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QuestionMFC app does not show full screen Pin
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QuestionNeed help on TAPI3.0 with some sample programs Pin
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Questionfiles after compilation Pin
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Stephen Hewitt16-Sep-09 1:49
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When you compile a .CPP or .C file an .OBJ file (object file) is produced. There are also .LIB files (library files) which can be regarded as a collection of .OBJ files. These files cannot be loaded or executed by the OS. When you link the input is .OBJ and .LIB files and the output is an executable (generally a file with the .EXE or .DLL extensions). These files can be loaded and executed by the OS. What I'm describing is how things work in Windows, but the same principles hold for other systems.

Steve

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Questiontop down and bottom up apporach Pin
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QuestionIn System Tray Icon Ballon not displayed in Windows XP. Pin
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QuestionWaitForSingleObject(m_SomeThread->m_hThread, INFINITE); Pin
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