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using a static member variable in a class

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Hello to everyone, I've got a small problem. I've got a class called CNet which has a public member: static CNet *m_cThis; in the header file. How can I declare it in the .cpp file of the class? Right now I get a linker error with an unresolved external. Thanks in advance.

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Add CNet* CNet::m_cThis; in your cpp file, at file scope.

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