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QuestionMFC C++ Compiler Options difference between the debug and release Pin
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Hi
I just used SnagIt Screen Capture to go over window pane by window pane of both the compiler options for debug and release and the only debug and release version

is the run time library 1) release its Multi threaded DLL /MD while in Debug its debug DLL /MDd

However I keep on getting different compile errors

at one point I had a clean build for Debug while Release was giving me errors
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