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Microsoft's friggin' compiler

Hey all

I'm running into trouble adjusting to Microsoft's Visual C/C++ IDE. I'm looking for it's version of fnsplit() but I can't find it at all. I figured it would be in DIR.H but that header file does not even exist as far as cl.exe goes.

So, I believe this question would be aimed at someone who is versed in the idosyncrasies of Microsoft and it's compilers.

TIA
matrael

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  • pingpongpingpong Posts: 937Member
    fnsplit is not ansi, its a borland specific function. why on earth did u expect u'd find it in VC?

    anyways _splitpath in VS's stdlib.h works the same



    : Hey all
    :
    : I'm running into trouble adjusting to Microsoft's Visual C/C++ IDE. I'm looking for it's version of fnsplit() but I can't find it at all. I figured it would be in DIR.H but that header file does not even exist as far as cl.exe goes.
    :
    : So, I believe this question would be aimed at someone who is versed in the idosyncrasies of Microsoft and it's compilers.
    :
    : TIA
    : matrael
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