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This is a discussion on Mfc within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Hi, I wonder if someone could please tell me why the following line: token(buffer, word, " "); //where buffer and ...

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    Hi,

    I wonder if someone could please tell me why the following line:

    token(buffer, word, " ");

    //where buffer and word are CStrings

    makes the compiler spit out the following error:

    error C2065: 'token' : undeclared identifier

    I'm doing an MFC application and I'm trying to use this command on the Serialize (on load) method of the document. I saw it working on another project, but I can't make it work on mine. Appreciate any kind of help...

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    Did you specify the project to be an MFC exe when you created it?

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    Yes, I did

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    I've never heard of a "token" method, but maybe that's just me. Put your cursor over the word token and press F1. Your MSDN will open and it will show a page explaining the function including, on the bottom, a description of the headerfile you need to include. If that's not the case, then token might be a method defined by the other project you took it from.
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    MSDN doesn't list a token() function. token() must have been a user defined function in that other project you saw.

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    You're right. It was defined on the other project. Sorry, got confused...

    Thanks a lot

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