I'm having a hard time because I can't compile C that I made a few years ago.
The compilation does not seem to work.
Are there any conditions for using these two?
I look forward to your kind cooperation.
According to the comment, the error message is
Compilation does not go through
If so, you should add an error message to the questionnaire and search for the cause of the error message.
The following is a reference to the problem that can be read from the questionnaire, but please check the error message instead of this answer to see what the real is.
#include directives have different meanings, with the
mountain brackets.In addition,
<mbctype.h> is used for the
_mbbtype function, but you must use the
mountain format as shown in the document.
stdafx.h is the default name used in Visual C++ for precompiled headers.If the compilation does not pass due to a problem with the pre-compiled header, it should be configured correctly.
At a minimum, you must not write
#include directives before the precompiled header line
#include "stdafx.h" .
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