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    Beginner Beginner madhusudan is on a distinguished road
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    Add C++ class function in main C source file

    Hi,
    I have made class c++ file. I want to use the c++ functions in main.c file but it is showing unknown type name error.

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    Hi,

    Try renaming main.c to main.cpp.

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    Jesus
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    Beginner Beginner madhusudan is on a distinguished road
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    Hi,
    Sorry I have given half message. I have 3 source files in c with header file. one base c++ file which functions to be used in these three c source files. but it is showing error.

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    I made the changes to main.cpp. but error occured
    "\"C:\\DAVE-4.4.2\\DAVE-4.4.2\\eclipse\\ARM-GCC-49\\bin\\make\"" --output-sync -j4 all
    make: *** No rule to make target '../main.c', needed by 'main.o'. Stop.

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    Hi,
    I resolved it I rebuilt it.
    And instead of adding function c++ in c, added c in c++. that got solved.

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