2 libraries needed

This is a discussion on 2 libraries needed within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I need those libraries: "CSprite.h" "CSpriteBase.h" I tried to find them but I didn't find none of them \: Thanks....

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    2 libraries needed

    I need those libraries:
    "CSprite.h"
    "CSpriteBase.h"

    I tried to find them but I didn't find none of them \:

    Thanks.
    gavra.

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    No library ever ended with ".h". Header files end with .h, though. Anyway, I seem to recall CSprite coming from Microsoft. XNA, maybe?

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    I meant "headers" sorry.
    humm I doknow..
    XNA isn't for C#?
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    Can you give some context? I googled and got quite a few hits (509, to be precise, although that shrinks a lot if you also search for CSpriteBase.h) on "csprite.h", but I have no idea which one, if any, would be the one you actually need.

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    Hum nope all I know is those names \:
    I'll check it out again cause it seems to be weird (maybe these 2 headers doesn't exist? XD)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gavra View Post
    Hum nope all I know is those names \:
    I'll check it out again cause it seems to be weird (maybe these 2 headers doesn't exist? XD)
    google definitely finds the names. I didn't follow any of the links. Some links appear to refer to SDL.

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    Perhaps if you posted the context in which they appear to be used, it might be useful.
    Header files don't have globally unique names.

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