It's been answered to me before, and I had the answer written down on WordPad until my computer's memory was wiped out. Also I haven't used the information in a while so I forgot the answer.
The question is this-when I am using Visual Studio 2003 to compile something in C or C++, how do I get it to stop saying "unexpected end of file while looking for precompiled header directive"? I know I need to turn off a setting that makes the compiler look for those directives, but I don't know how to get to the thing that lets me turn it off. Thanks ahead of time to anyone who answers this question.