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Basic C++ header/implementation problem

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So I'm having a brain fart as to why these two files are not compiling. Header File:
#pragma once

class Material
{
public:
    Material();
    virtual ~Material();

    void SetDiffuse(float r, float g, float b);
    void SetAmbient(float r, float g, float b);
    void SetSpecular(float r, float g, float b, float pow);
    void SetEmissive(float r, float g, float b);
    HRESULT Update();

protected:
    D3DMATERIAL9 material;


};
Source File:
#include "material.h"
#include "DXUT.h"

Material::Material()
{
    ZeroMemory(&material, sizeof(D3DMATERIAL9));
    material.Diffuse.r = 1.0f;
}
The error I get is: material.cpp(4) : error C2653: 'Material' : is not a class or namespace name What confused me is that intellisense in VS sees that material is a member of the class Material. I don't understand why this wont compile. Also, when I implement this constructor in the header file right below the Class declaration, it works. :| I gather there's a problem with the include "Material.h" This is embarrassing.

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The code that you posted would indicate that you are trying to declare a class with members/functions that have types defined in the d3d and windows headers.
Try putting your #include "DXUT.h" before the #include "Material.h"

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