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    Desperate Guest

    Microsoft Visual C++ Incopatibility


    Recently a friend gave me a Microsoft Visual C++ compiler. I've been
    attempting to re-learn most of what I've fogotten since college and have
    been compiling simple header and source files for object and their methods.
    The problem I have is that I cannot get the basic trig functions to work
    (e.g. sin, cos, arcsin, etc.). According to what I've found on the WEB,
    it appears that Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 may be incompatible with Microsoft
    Windows 98. Does anyone know where I can find a library for the <math.h>

    functions of C++ for MSVisual C++ that are compatible with Windows 98?
    I'm very very very frustrated and have all but given up hope that there is
    or may be a solution. Any help will definetly be appreciated!

    Thanks

  2. #2
    Danny Kalev Guest

    Re: Microsoft Visual C++ Incopatibility



    Desperate wrote:
    >
    > Recently a friend gave me a Microsoft Visual C++ compiler. I've been
    > attempting to re-learn most of what I've fogotten since college and have
    > been compiling simple header and source files for object and their methods.
    > The problem I have is that I cannot get the basic trig functions to work
    > (e.g. sin, cos, arcsin, etc.). According to what I've found on the WEB,
    > it appears that Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 may be incompatible with Microsoft
    > Windows 98. Does anyone know where I can find a library for the <math.h>
    >
    > functions of C++ for MSVisual C++ that are compatible with Windows 98?
    > I'm very very very frustrated and have all but given up hope that there is
    > or may be a solution. Any help will definetly be appreciated!


    The best place to look for such patches would be Microsoft's site.
    However, I've never heard of such problems with the math.h library of
    VC++ so perhaps you can show us your code and tell us what's wrong with
    the results you're getting, if you managed to get any?

    Danny

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