Dev C++ Error "stray '\32 ' in program" please help
I trying compile my program but it all time write error: stray '\32 ' in program , I have there some graphics instruction, I think its error with directx but Im not surre. If somebody want i can send him my source.
I don't think that's what niek meant. The compiler gave you a line number with the error, yes? Post that line of code, plus whatever other lines you think may be needed to give you help. Use C++ style code tags
// paste code here
so that line numbers are generated, give the exact error, along with the relevant line number of the code you posted, and anything else that may be helpful. No one is going to sift through that much code.
All I can tell on this subject is: compilator do not detect problems or errors with directx, only withyour C++ syntax.
Try get Dev C++ help on that error. Errors often are indicated at end of file, but they can occur anywhere. It is good to use 2 compilers so you can compare compiler output. I use MS Visual Studio 2008 and it works very well so far. Free download from MSDN.
I just experienced this error. It turns out that there were strange possibly nonprinting unicode characters in the source code, that happened by accidentally switching keyboard layouts in the middle of typing the source and not properly deleting the characters. Deleting the entire line in question and the one before it, then retyping the code, solved the issue.
I hope this helps someone, it seems far too late for the OP. In any case, it took myself a good hour to diagnose this just now.
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