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I just upgraded to GCC 3.2 and tried a basic C program. It said I had undefined errors. I know I had the correct header files, the code was taken from a reference manual. The code had worked before. Any help is appreciated.

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1 7594 [phil8401] writes:
I just upgraded to GCC 3.2 and tried a basic C program. It said
I had undefined errors. I know I had the correct header files,
the code was taken from a reference manual. The code had worked
before. Any help is appreciated.

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