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Testing Code Containing Typedef of wchar_t

Last updated: 2019-11-13

My source code contains typedef int wchar_t;.  How do I avoid getting a compile error in the S0000009.c file when I build an environment?


This problem occurs because the test harness #includes stdlib.h which contains:

#ifndef _WCHAR_T
#define _WCHAR_T
typedef unsigned int wchar_t;


It can be fixed for your environment by going to Tools | Options | C/C++ (tab) | Compiler/Preprocessor (sub-tab) and adding _WCHAR_T to the defined variable list.  

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