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Hello! I have som strange errors in MS Visual C++ 6.0. When I compile I get these errors: "error: PCH creation point" "err: unexpected token preceding ''('' What is wrong ?

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Without seeing the offending region of code it''s hard to tell. The usual resons are missing semi-colons or compiler reserved words/symbols followed by a symbol that does not form a regular expression.

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I had this problem not long ago and these are the three things I gathered from my solution. This error is caused by

1)Not placing a correct semicolin after your class declaration.
2)Modifying the base (e.g.stdio.h) header files
3) (This is actually what happened to me) Moving the project file to a different folder than the one you created it in.

(A clarification. I created a project in the folder SpaceShooter. I then made a new folder called SpaceShooterGame and moved the SpaceShooter Project into it w/out recreating it. This gave me 100s of PCH errors. To fix it, I simple created a new project in the new folder and reincluded all my source and .h files and it worked perfectly)

Hope that helps you some.

[edited by - Jbs on August 14, 2003 12:33:11 AM]

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