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I am trying to compile the codes in C++ using WSTP in Windows OS. The code can be compiled however it requires me to create a link.

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I have tried options like placing the necessary dll in the source code directory, included wstp32i4.lib in the Resouce Files and wstp.h in the Header Files.

Have I missed some steps or are there any other possible solutions?

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  • $\begingroup$ Could you tell the steps you are following to compile the code? $\endgroup$ – dsingh Aug 11 '16 at 14:47
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    $\begingroup$ You would get the same behavior by launching one of the prebuilt examples, like addtwo.exe, since it is meant to be used via Install which takes care of establishing the link. $\endgroup$ – ilian Aug 11 '16 at 17:07
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This is normal behaviour for installable MathLink programs. Instead of running them directly, use them with Install.

Install["/path/to/your/prog"]
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