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Multithread or Multithread DLL?

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Hello,

I'm trying to create a worker thread for my VC++ program, and was
wondering whether I should be linking with the Multithread /MT or
Multithread DLL /MD option? I'm not quite sure, in layman's terms,
what the difference is.

When I build with Multithread DLL, the linker complains about not
being able to find a bunch of "unresolved external symbols" associated
with nafxcwd.lib.

When I build with Multithread, it completes, but when I run, I'm
getting a "Debug Assertion Failed!" error message, associated with
thrdcore.cpp.

Any insight/help appreciated.

Robert

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Jul 22 '05 #1
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