Re: error C2065: 'i' : undeclared identifier

"Alex Blekhman" <xfkt@oohay.moc>
Mon, 4 Dec 2006 17:48:38 +0200
"anon418600J5" wrote:

I have some code written in visual C++ v6 and I'm trying
to build it in visual studio 2005. The conversion process
went ok, but when I try to build it says -

error C2065: 'i' : undeclared identifier

This is the function where the error occurred -

void _xListCtrl::OnLButtonDown(UINT nFlags, CPoint point){


   for(int i=item;i<item+ic;i++){


   if(!bFound) return;

   StartItemEdit(rc,i,iSub); <------------------error
occurs here-----


Any ideas what the cause is, or how to fix it? I have
tried putting INT i; at the top with the others but it
makes no difference. Sorry if it's really obvious, but
I'm just learning...

The scope rule for loop variables are changed from VC6 to
VC2005. For more info look here:

"/Zc:forScope (Force Conformance in for Loop Scope)"

And here:

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