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Ben, you are right, I created my setup completely from scratch - the solution and the project files are of my own creation. The reason was that I didn't have VS 2010 or 2009, I only had 2008.
I guess I'll have to solve my linking problem myself, or alternatively, just give up on using LEND option (in fact, it seems like HP physics does everything LEND does, so strictly speaking I do not need that parser that doesn't want to get linked).
Well, Ben, if you think of something that might help me link the parser to the rest of the code (that otherwise works perfectly), I'd appreciate.
Sincerely, --Elena Novikova.
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