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bool type variables

Postby FatKid » Wed Aug 10, 2005 12:29 am

Hello,

I have yet another stupid question. I am using Rowley compiler. It chokes anytime I declare a bool type variable.
if I write:

bool test = false;
it states:

found 'test', expecting ';'

Can anybody help me or tell me why? The code I am porting over from a different environment has several bool type variables and I can make it work but it is just driving me crazy as to why? (I have to change them to unsigned int)

Thanks,

FK

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Re: bool type variables

Postby aek » Thu Aug 11, 2005 8:45 am

I'm pretty sure that the boolean type was only formalized in C++ ... your best bet in C is probably to #define that type to a supported type.

Rowley has very good tech support -- I'd suggest you ping them for a solution.

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