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Hi ppl, Got a question. I''m writing a class that that utilizes the __forceinine declaration and it works fine as long as I call those functions within the class body. One of them, a public function, I also wanted to place inline but when doing so I cannot call it outside of the class anymore ''cause the linker gives up (unresolved external ....). Am I violating something here ? Tnx. Lorenz

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I''m not entirely certain on this since is about 3 AM and my brain is shutting down, but I think the problem is that you can''t inline a function in a non-global namespace. Try using:

Classname::InlineFunctionName

and see if that helps.

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