Alright, so I need some more help. This time, the problem is not inherently in the code (Though I've had trouble with that thus far too). I am currently playing around with open and close file dialogs trying to get what seems to be an out-dated "GetOpenFileName()" function to work. and this lead me down the path of what is this IFileOpenDialog this and that and other things... EVENTUALLY, I found the suggestion to use the Open Watcom compiler instead of the GCC compiler. I followed the code::blocks instructons to plug the Watcom compiler in and now I am getting …

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Hello, I was working with my C++ homework, and I wanted to combine a couple of projects. Now I've never done anything with project-projects before... it's all been one-file console applications in single "*.cpp" files. Well, I tried my hand at combining two projects into one project file, so I could expand my knowledge, but it didn't seem to work all that well. in my main.cpp file, I have the following code: [code] #include <iostream> #include "Project 10-2.cpp" #include "Project 10-3.cpp" #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; int main() { int choice; do { cout << "Welcome to my project! Please …

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