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03-04-2003, 01:24 AM
I'm having a bit of trouble with my copy and paste skills, it seems.

I recently modified a certain tutorial to do a few nifty things, and decided to add text using NeHe's 13th lesson on text. Thus, I copied down the code as it was printed, and attempted a compile.

As usual, I got errors. However, after I got rid of the usual simple typos and misspellings, I am left with 6 errors that won't go away.

The first three are the classes that I added from his lesson, BuildFont, glPrint, and KillFont, each giving the error "undeclared identifier". Below them are three more errors, declaring that these three classes are redefinitions; different type modifiers.

I'm afraid I'm at my wit's end, as I simply can't tell what the trouble is (well, no, thats not quite accurate. I just need to know what in particular it is that I did that caused the problem, and how to fix it). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

03-04-2003, 02:10 AM
Sounds like you have missed an include file that declares the stuff you get errors about...


03-04-2003, 02:55 AM
you may have in a c++ file included a head file which is also included in another C++ file, and in this head file some (global) variables are declared.
So declare global variables in one file (not the head file)and refere them as "extern" in other files