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is there any way to make a file that any file can use and not have to include it? that makes no sence i know but someone might anderstand if so please help!!!

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i mean a file that you say include in the main file but every other file can use it even if they don''t include the main function. i want to include it twice but you get linking errors.

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Use ifndef define and endif in your headers, like this:

  
#ifdnef SOMETHING_HERE
#define SOMETHING_HERE

// Here goes all your header-contents


#endif


-Neophyte

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PE Y+ PGP t-- 5++ X+ R(+) rv+(++) b+++ DI+ D(+) G e+>++ h r--> y+
----- END GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
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If you get linking errors, it probably means you defined variables in the header, which is almost always the wrong thing to do. See the last link in my signature below if you want to find out why this is so.

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