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I just did this:

1. Deleted the .ncb file
2. Deleted the .suo file
3. Deleted the folder "DebugUnicode" (this is the folder for my DebugUnicode build of this project which contains all the intermediate files such as .obj files, and the final .exe file for this project.)
4. Deleted the user options file (.user)

After those, the only files I have in the project are

The .sln file
The .rc file
The .vcproj file
The .h files
The .cpp files
and the two files from sqlite.org: sqlite3.h and sqlite3.c

However, after relaunching VS2005 and the project, it still breaks on that comment line!

Any other suggestions? Thanks!
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