well, tha's my point... AFAIK, DecryptFile() isn't standard, but I don't know much about the windows.h file (if that file itself is standard)...
Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
with non-standard code, you'll need to know what it does and how it does it so you can write your own definition when you get to a comiler that doesn't support it (which is probably any compiler other than what that code was already written on)
here's to pointnig you in the right direction:
a small bit of research shows that DecryptClass is a boolean function, and returns zero if it fails, but they seem to be using their own version of boolean, probably signed short int or something, because their decleration is as follows:
void myFunction(int number); //prototype
void myFunction(int number) //next few lines is the definition
std::cout<<"The number is: "<<number;
and BOOL is not a standard data type...
also, read the requrements for that:
Originally Posted by MSDN