C++/compiler linking error
sorry for troubling u again ,but i am just a new user so please help.
What do you mean by the dependancy list?(do u mean the header files??)
please be specific.
the stuff that u said went way up inthe sky.(i did not get u)
let me tell u this that the programs that i run now used to run before.
but are giving errors.
i think it is some of the internal settings of the compiler that has some how changed.so waht sort of settings may cause this to happen . i have tried the directories settings......dosen't work.
SOS SOS SOS
waiting for your reply
i use a turbo editor to write c/c++ programs.
i did not use the compiler for a while.
But now when ever i try to run any file i get an error saying
Linking error:COS.OBJ not found
where as i never used math.h or cos function in the program.
I have checked the directory settings(They are correct).
please help me.
Eagerly waiting for your reply
Do you know, why it is cribbing for that obj?
Check your makefile and see if you could get any dependencies or indirect dependencies on cos.c/cpp/C ?
Please check in the dependency list if you could find any cos.cc or cos.c or cos.cpp file there.
When you compile, the following things happen:
 All includes (.h) files in .c/cpp/cc are processed
 All c/cpp files are converted into .asm on windows and .s on unix machines
 these s/asm files are converted into o/obj files
 these objects files are now linked to resolve any variable or function resolution (in case you are using something which is defined in some other c/cpp file)
Now you are getting problems in  which means that obj is not there where it should be. If you could find the obj or corresponnding c/cpp file (which should be converted to obj) then you could solve the issue.