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what is the correct way to use "#using" for a class? i've been looking around but i can't seem to find a place that tells me how to use it correctly.

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#using is a preprocessor directive for assemblies, not classes. Can you be more specific about what you'd like to do?

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well, i have a class for all my drawing commands and i put them into a class called "cWDrawing". i want to be able to access classes and functions within that without having to type cWDrawing:: everytime

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Original post by EvilKnuckles666
well, i have a class for all my drawing commands and i put them into a class called "cWDrawing". i want to be able to access classes and functions within that without having to type cWDrawing:: everytime


I dont quite understand how you are using cWDrawing, but I think cWDrawing should be a namespace instead of a class in your case from what you are describing.

At that point if it was a namespace you could then say
using namespace cWDrawing;
and not have to type cWDrawing:: all the time...

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