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Small problem with Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 Professional Edition.

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I recently got a new computer and installed C++ on it. On my old computer, if you made a class in a header file, and then included the header in a cpp file, if you had a function and you typed ClassName:: a small box would come up with the variables and functions of that class. I can program without this feature... But it's very nice to have. When I installed it on the new computer, the box only shows up if you type that WITHIN the header file. I'm not quite sure what I have to change to get this back, but I'm sure its something simple. Please help me out. Thanks. ~Adams555~

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It still has that feature - but I can tell you that it does not work in all cases. To solve your problem, try making sure the .h file is included in the project workspace. Also, if you are using templates, they break that functionality. Other than that, I'm not too sure.

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