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PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2002 10:49 pm
by bradk3
I've just begun working with PocketC on my Cassiopeia E-125 and have run into a problem. I'm trying to draw a bitmap on the screen, keeping part of the image transparent. I've tried using the imgtrans() function to do this. However, when I use the imgload() function, I get an error message: "Undeclared identifier (imgload)". Am I missing something? Do I need to include a special header file? I have version 3.01 of the PocketC editor and the PCForm application builder.
Thanks.

PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2002 7:46 am
by guy
It looks like you have an old copy of the invisible header file that the PocketC compiler uses to define the standard library functions. This file is called default.dat and has to be in the same folder as the PocketC compiler. The compiler always reads this header.

You can download the latest copy (that goes with the latest library) from:

http://pocketc.net/release/30/default.dat

You can make sure that you have the latest library by downloading it from:

http://www.orbworks.com/pcce/download.html




Guy
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