Compiler Warning (level 4) C4233


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nonstandard extension used : 'keyword' keyword only supported in C++, not C

The compiler compiled your source code as C rather than C++, and you used a keyword that is only valid in C++. The compiler compiles your source file as C if the extension of the source file is .c or you use /Tc.

This warning is automatically promoted to an error. If you wish to modify this behavior, use #pragma warning. For example, to make C4233 into a level 4 warning issue,

#pragma warning(2:4233)  

in your source code file.