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Subj:   C++ Compile Problem with TTU 7.0 with USING keyword
 
From:   Anomy Anom

<-- Anonymously Posted: Thursday, July 15, 2004 13:38 -->

When trying to compile some C++ code as 64-bit using the standard library I get the following error.

     Error 24: "/usr/include/cliv2if.h",
            line 259 # '' expected instead of 'using'.

            char          *using;       /* USING data             OI    */

I think that 'using' is now considered a key word.

This is a snippet of code from cliv2if.h

     /***************************************************************/
     /*  The IRQ function sub structures.                           */
     /***************************************************************/

     struct CLIV2irq    /*  DBFIRQ : Input for Initiate Request     */
     {
        /*==========================================================*/
        /* Following two fls also hold ptr&len for request, buffer  */
        /* and descriptor list request modes.                       */
        /*==========================================================*/

        char          *sql;         /* DBC/SQL request        RI    */
        Int32          lsql;        /* length of request      RI    */
        char          *using;       /* USING data             OI    */
        Int32          lusing;      /* length of data         OI    */
        char           filler1[16]; /* for host compatibility       */
     };

Does anyone know if NCR is aware of this and if so, has it been fixed in TTU 7.1 or unreleased versions?



     
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