Now I know there's been a bunch of message board threads regarding this, but I've already searched for them and I followed the steps but I keep getting compiler errors from the mingw compiler.
I'm using an IDE probably no one's ever heard of. It's called Quincy 2005.
That's besides the point though, the problem is I had this working like last week and now it won't work!
I created a header file "myStringFunc.h" using the header file creator in the IDE.
I created a .c file called myStringFunc.c and defined the functions as well as included the "myStringFunc.h" file. The header file and .c file are in the same directory.
I wrote main and compiled both myStringFunc.c and main.c and I tried building main and the compiler gives me "undefined reference to function [blah].
It won't let me copy the error, but I don't understand why it's not working because I had it working last week.
The only way I know I can fix it is if I put it in a project file or include the .c file, but I don't want to do that if I had it working!
If someone can spare some time to help or point me somewhere besides the C programming FAQ (already read it) that would be of great help... thanks.