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Linker errors, I really do hate them...

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Hi, What do such errors mean? >> Link Error : Undefined : "std::__nInit::__nInit()" Referenced from "__sinit_TEST.cpp " in TEST.cpp Link Error : Undefined : "std::__wInit::__wInit()" Referenced from "__sinit_TEST.cpp " in TEST.cpp Link Error : Undefined : "std::__nInit::~__nInit()" Referenced from "__sinit_TEST.cpp " in TEST.cpp Link Error : Undefined : "std::__wInit::~__wInit()" Referenced from "__sinit_TEST.cpp " in TEST.cpp Link failed. >> TEST.cpp is my main file. There's no such function as Init() (at least I didn't implement it) I have no idea how to get rid of them. Any ideas?

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These errors mean that something in your code is trying to use a function that the linker doesn't know about. As moeron mentioned, your specific errors are coming from the Standard Template Library (std::*). In order to use STL objects or functions in your code, you need to link against the standard libraries. Perhaps if you post your current linker settings someone can identify the problem and solution.

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