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Thanks for the reply.
I assuming that it is based on the type of processor you have..??
My new computer has this processor in it:
Intel Core i3-350M Dual Core CPU running @ 2.26GHz
So I would have to tell the compiler to use a intel platform..??
Also....I see that Visual Studio Express Edition 2010 is out now. Should I
use this.....or should I just use 2008 (which I used in the past)..??
I wasn't sure if 2010 has any problems with it or not.
> email@example.com wrote:
>> So to switch back and fourth between creating a 32 bit .dll file and a
>> bit .dll file all I have to do is change the following in the
>> And the compiler will know what libs to use from the above changes..??
>> Just wanted to make sure.
> You have to tell the compiler which platform you're targeting, e.g.
> c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio \
> 9.0\VC\vcvarsall.bat x86_amd64
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