The following types of functions cannot be used with #pragma entry:
- functions with C++ linkage
- C++ member functions
- template member functions
- overloaded functions

I think your's is case 1. Try adding extern "C" in front.

    Alexei Pytel




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Anyone have an idea on how the #pragma entry stmt line is supposed to be
coded?

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/books/c094816106.htm

the following code fails to compile, but the compiler does not emit any
messages that explain why:

void EntryProc( ) ;
#pragma entry( EntryProc )
#include <stdio.h>
#include <errno.h>

// ------------------ EntryProc ---
void EntryProc( )
 {
 return ;
 }

I am hoping to code my own entry procedure in place of the C runtime 
library
procedure.  The goal being to eliminate the terminal session that as400 
c++
automatically starts up when the STL is used in a module.

-Steve


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