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You all saw the title so I think you know wehre this topic is coming from. I''m using Borland C++ Builder and I tried to use this library in a console application and it says something to the effect of "Unknown Preprocessor". So I check to see what libraries Borland does have and it''s there but for some reason I can''t use it. Does anyone know how to correct this?

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You all saw the title so I think you know wehre this topic is coming from.



Ummm, no sorry I don''t know where your comming from, you haven''t
really explained your question/problem very well. I guess it involves the preprocessor and the ctype header files.

If your writing your program in C #include ctype.h, if your using C++ #include cctype and remember the things defined in that header file will probably be in the std namespace.

Do not include both header files, one is for C and the other for C++. Each #include should only have one header file and should be on a seperate line.

Hope that helps.

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