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  1. #1
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    multiply defined section

    Hi all;
    I am trying to implement code in HelloWorldBasic application, given at following link in :
    http://www.newlc.com/Retrieving-IMEI...work-Info.html
    I am using Carbide.c++ v1.2 and S60 3rd edition SDK.
    In the beginning I got one error only, saying "<etelbgsm.h> cannot be opened". Actually it was missing in my code base. I got it from internet and then I included it in the code base.
    After that I run the code and that gave me huge number of errors saying: "Multiply defined section error".
    Now I am confused, because I did not define any function more than once. Is the errors are due to adding <etelbgsm.h>...or any file is still missing....any .lib file is missing?? ...I dont know.
    please give ur valuable inputs and comments....

    Thanks and regards

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    Re: multiply defined section

    HI,
    etelbgsm.h cannot be opened is not found inside epoc32\include.

    Regards,
    Mateen Maldar
    "Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve"

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    Re: multiply defined section

    Hi,

    Just comment out that #include<etelbgsm.h> then also the code you downloaded will works fine.

    Regards,
    Kavit.

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    Re: multiply defined section

    Quote Originally Posted by mukesh_r_solanki View Post
    Hi all;
    I am trying to implement code in HelloWorldBasic application, given at following link in :
    http://www.newlc.com/Retrieving-IMEI...work-Info.html
    I am using Carbide.c++ v1.2 and S60 3rd edition SDK.
    In the beginning I got one error only, saying "<etelbgsm.h> cannot be opened". Actually it was missing in my code base. I got it from internet and then I included it in the code base.
    After that I run the code and that gave me huge number of errors saying: "Multiply defined section error".
    Now I am confused, because I did not define any function more than once. Is the errors are due to adding <etelbgsm.h>...or any file is still missing....any .lib file is missing?? ...I dont know.
    please give ur valuable inputs and comments....

    Thanks and regards
    All the three threads you are running parallel seem to be around the same issue. Please avoid multiposting.
    Your other two thereads:
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=139013
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=139035

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    Re: multiply defined section

    Two more notes on this before closing the thread:
    • etelbgsm.h is not part of the public SDK thus there's no surprise that it cannot be found, nor should it be found.
    • Carbide.c++ has nothing to do with bad code in your project so please do not post in this thread unless your problems are related to Carbide.c++ and Carbide.c++ specific features (like the UI Designer or ODD).
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