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Visual C++ 6 extremly annoying problem

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I have a .cpp file. Within I have a method. When I build, I get no compilation errors. However, when I do this-> I dont get the list of members of that class. This options is not disabled, because in other files/methods I do get the popup of list of methods. Is anyone familier with such a problem? Thanks in advance.

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Intellisense is very easy to break. It will often barf on valid C++ code especially if it contains templates, forward declarations or macros.

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A) Intellisense is easy to break. Especially with templates.

B) Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 especially so. Even 2005 isn't brilliant.

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Do you actually mark the function as an implementation of the class member? That is, MyClass::MyMethod() instead of just MyMethod(). If not, then the compiler does not have a clear notion of what "this" means.

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