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My question is simple...i think.. Im looking for a way to split classes in different source files , but i stuck with headers. Can someone help me a little?. Here's a test class that i would like to include in my main application :
//globals.cpp
class globals
{
public:
string directory,tmpname;
int cCOUNT;
globals();
};

globals::globals()
{
tmpname="name";
directory="c:\\app\\";
cCOUNT=96;
}

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Very simple. Put the class definition in a header file instead, and the functions in the class in a CPP file.

Something like:

// globals.h

#pragma once // If you're using Visual Studio, otherwise #ifndef etc.

class globals
{
//...
};

//--------------------------------
// globals.cpp

#include "globals.h"

globals::globals()
{
//...
}

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