Compile Errors != Linker Errors, BTW why do I get Linker errors?

APalley

Well-Known Member
Dear DD,
I am having difficulties to compile and execute your program ExcelHelloWorld, could you please update the import directives

This is my environment
Windows10 + MS Visual Studio Community 2015
Out of curiosity, from where did you download this (outdated) ExcelHelloWorld program?

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Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
Maybe Exsan should take the QN C++ course?

ExSan

Active Member
Maybe Exsan should take the QN C++ course?
I am always eager to learn something new !

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
I am always eager to learn something new !
go for it

Out of curiosity, from where did you download this (outdated) ExcelHelloWorld program?

ExSan

Active Member
go for it

Out of curiosity, from where did you download this (outdated) ExcelHelloWorld program?
right now I am leaving for lunch, later I will try to find your post

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
right now I am leaving for lunch, later I will try to find your post
hey Exsan,
you back from lunch yet?

ExSan

Active Member
hey Exsan,
you back from lunch yet?
6.13AM I am going to play tennis, be patient

ExSan

Active Member
could you please update it? for VS 2015
this is a very interesnting * useful utility cheers.
(I am back from lunch )

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
could you please update it? for VS 2015
this is a very interesnting * useful utility cheers.
(I am back from lunch )
All the QN C++ folk use it.

I have given you all you need to solve the problem.
Be seeing you

ExSan

Active Member
All the QN C++ folk use it.

I have given you all you need to solve the problem.
Be seeing you
snif, snif !

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
snif, snif !
I would like concrete questions and feedback please. I can't help if you don't tell me if you have carried out my earlier advice.

ExSan

Active Member
I would like concrete questions and feedback please. I can't help if you don't tell me if you have carried out my earlier advice.
At the beginning of a class an MIT teacher wrote in the upper right corner of the blackboard: "there are no silly questions but lazy ones". You are right ! I should do the rest of the homework by myself

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
Useful technique for named variables using Boost Parameter library

Code:
OptionData myOption((OptionParams::strike = 100.0, OptionParams::expiration = 1.0, OptionParams::volatility = 0.2,
OptionParams::dividend = 0.03, OptionParams::optionType = 1, OptionParams::interestRate = 0.06));