Thread: Problems compiling two CPPs

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    Question Problems compiling two CPPs

    I have a time1.h (the file that contains my class)

    I have a time1.cpp (The file that contains my class' member funcs)

    I have a progtime.cpp (The file that contains my Main)

    My question is how do i compile both CPP?.
    The *.h is not a problem because i just #include it on both CPPs.

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    At the bottom of time1.h, put an #include time1.cpp

    At the top of progtime.cpp, #include time.h

    That should get it.

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    Sure you can. It just compiles one big object rather than compiling and linking a bunch of little ones.

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    Originally posted by Imperito
    Sure you can. It just compiles one big object rather than compiling and linking a bunch of little ones.
    it's very poor form. your linker is there for a reason; use it.
    hello, internet!

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