Problem programming with clr

  • I have created a project in visuall C ++ version 2008 of clr type called calculat and I have a text box and a button in the form. When I click on the button, its click event is activated in the form1.h file and I want to This event calls a function called compare that I wrote in the calculat.cpp file. It knows when to write the code for this function, but at runtime it gives the message compare: identifire not found. What should I do?

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  • Cerys-Ho wrote:

    I have created a project in visuall C ++ version 2008 of clr type called calculat and I have a text box and a button in the form. When I click on the button, its click event is activated in the form1.h file and I want to This event calls a function called compare that I wrote in the calculat.cpp file. It knows when to write the code for this function, but at runtime it gives the message compare: identifire not found. What should I do?

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  • Cerys-Ho wrote:

    I have created a project in visuall C ++ version 2008 of clr type called calculat and I have a text box and a button in the form. ... What should I do?

     

    Hi there. This is a forum for SQLCLR (running .NET code within SQL Server), not CLR programming in general. There are no forms, text boxes, buttons, etc in SQLCLR. If you are needing help with C++, I suggest asking on StackOverflow.com. Good luck!

     

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