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prajwalps97@gmail.com
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      11-16-2006
can people here explain the method to
1.create user defined libraries in c ++ using the tlib utility (i'm
using the ide tc++ 3.0)
can i add libraries to existing libraries.ie to add libraries to
math.lib.is it possible

 
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Victor Bazarov
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      11-16-2006
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> can people here explain the method to
> 1.create user defined libraries in c ++ using the tlib utility (i'm
> using the ide tc++ 3.0)
> can i add libraries to existing libraries.ie to add libraries to
> math.lib.is it possible


You have to ask in the newsgroup dedicated to that toolkit. Creation
of a library is not defined in the language and is very compiler- and
platform-specific. BTW, if you have the compiler/linker/librarian
software, you should have the documentation for them, no? Check the
documentation. If you haven't got any, find books describing your
compiler of choice.

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