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> I don't know how that would effect.
Read again the second error message. It seems that MSVC is complaining
because we declared WinMain() with C linkage before its own declaration of
the function with C linkage.
> No, there's no WinMain with MFC. I think that MFC declares is own WinMain.
> I neither have main() function.
Ok, you need to teach me how MFC copes with the entry point: does it
explicitly forbid main() and WinMain() or are they optional? Is there a
replacement or does it automatically invoke a top-level class like in Java?