Ummm... someplace other than your search path.

Actually, AFAIK, tchar.h is not a standard C include, so if you have it it
must be in some user library.

WRKOBJ *ALLUSR/H *FILE <-- start there?

Of course, it could also be somewhere on IFS or you may be missing it... or
you may have misspelled it... O, the pOssibilities!

Dennis Lovelady
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also keep handy."
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I am a newby to C programming. Im trying to compile some code and get
the
following error message:



CZP0836(30) The #include file <tchar.h> is not found.



Where does this file exist?

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