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Compiler confusion (Damn college made my course move)

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Ok, confusion this week, as my college made my course move labs. We are going from 2003.net to 2002. So basically Im having some basic problems. I thought I made the transition fairly well, but now im having some problems. Oh and they dont have MSDN installed, so its that bit tougher. Firstly fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: ''stdafx.h'': No such file or directory The file is there and included, not only that but I have checked dependencies etc, and Its driving me crazy. I''ve done the rounds checking it old and new applications and its doesnt seem to like any of them. Any ideas? Next error C2146: syntax error : missing '';'' before identifier ''m_d3dEnumeration'' Now these are the common DX files, I created a sample application that runs the Teapot. Works fine no problems, I add in some older files from another application I made and it just goes nuts. I thought there would be conflicts with versions or something but both files seem to be the same.... The error that follows is : error C2501: ''CD3DApplication::CD3DEnumeration'' : missing storage-class or type specifiers But these are all the common DX files, and nothing was changed or altered. Any suggestions on this? Sorry about this, I really hate compilers, and more so hate change. If anyone has any suggestions, It would be much appreciated. Ronan

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