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This is a discussion on wxdevC++ within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I have created a CONSOLE PROJECT in "wxdevC++ 6.10.1" in C. But when I am trying to compile it the ...

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    Anirban Ghosh
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    wxdevC++

    I have created a CONSOLE PROJECT in "wxdevC++ 6.10.1" in C. But when I am trying to compile it the following error is given. What should I do?

    [Linker Error] undefined reference to `__cpu_features_init'

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    In less time than you took typing this thread, you could have found it on a search engine.


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    Well, thanx for the link but i could not get my answer! Many are in different language...

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    The posts I saw with that error lacked the proper library or include file. Stdlib.h and string.h were mentioned explicitly.

    Another poster stated that fixing a double equal sign (indicating an equality test should be made), with a single assignment operator of just one equal sign, fixed it for him.

    Something worth a look, anyway.

    Adak

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    Well thanX!!!!
    Anyone plz help me with a definite answer please!

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    kk, np. change ur IDE or try 2 post ur code. kthxbye ?

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    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    
    int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    {
      
      system("PAUSE");	
      return 0;
    }
    Just the simplest console project possible!

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    A simpler version wouldn't include command line arguments, since you don't actually use yours; and a more portable one wouldn't use system("PAUSE");


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    Actually, I believe that's the default code for a new console app source file. Bad idea on the part of the designers, but the OP's statement is true.
    Just the simplest console project possible!
    What are your compiler options? Have you ever been able to compile programs or is this a new development?
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    Code:
    int main( void )
    {
        return 0;
    }
    There's the simplest, portable console application.


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    Indeed. But neither code should be causing that undefined reference.

    Do you perhaps have a project open (an Allegro one?), and it's trying to compile that?
    dwk

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    Compiler options are OK!!! but still its giving such msg!!

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    Any other reply please!

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    http://beranger.org/index.php?fullarticle=2465

    In short, get a new compiler. You could have downloaded a new one and installed it and had it all taken care of, on dial up, in the time you taken with this issue.


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