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How to associate .lib file correctly

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Brookston, Apr 28, 2004.

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  1. Brookston

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    I have loaded a educational program that came with a textbook "C++ Program Design." It has an api called EZWIN. In EZWIN there is a folder called LIB. In the LIB folder, there are supposed to be three LIB files. My program isn't behaving, so I looked over all the files and discovered that the files in the LIB folder identified themselves as sound drivers for my synthesizer keyboard. Weird! I deleted the Sound Driver Lib association and I've tried guessing which file to associate with the EZWIN.LIB files, but haven't come up with the right combination yet. Can you help? :confused:
     
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  3. Brookston

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    I might have needed it if I were running some truly contemporary and functional software like Visual C++, but alas, I am not. I am trying to get some old Borland Turbo C++ 4.5 software to work on Windows XP. I may just load this back onto my old Win95 machine and do the programming studies on that. Thanks for your interest. And thanks for the encouragement on the biz app post.

    I'll try to find some time to read your Affero link some other time.

    And by the way...which one's the "boat" in your public file picture?
    Left, Right...or Center? Or maybe it's just a picture and the "boat" is as stated: a "dream!" Anyway, thanks again for the help.
     
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