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question about VC++.Net's resolve ambiguity dialog box

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when I right click on a variable(or function)''s name and select "go to definition", it sometimes throws me a dialog box titled "resolve ambiguity" and lets me to choose the variable I want from a list of variables with the same name, even though they may be member variables of different classes or global variables in different head or cpp files. what makes me confused is that most of these selectable items aren''t even in my project and I''ve never seen them. so my question is, when "go to definiton", where does VC++.Net search for variables with my desired name? why does it search outside my project?

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It''s probably finding those other results in files you have linked or included to your project somehow as well as those you''ve made yourself.

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