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[Lapack] Problem with CLAPACK library

Hi,

I tried to use the CLAPCK library to evaluate the eigenvectors for a given 
matix.
when I tried to build the project it was giving two errors, they are:

1>Linking...
1>eig.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _dgeev referenced in 
function _main
1>C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\Ex2\Debug\Ex2.exe : fatal error LNK1120: 1 
unresolved externals

 For your reference providing the code also.

#include"f2c.h"
#include"clapack.h"
#include"process.h"
#include"stdio.h"
#define SIZE 4

void MAIN_(){}
void MAIN__(){}
void _MAIN_(){}
main()
{
char JOBVL,JOBVR;
integer N=SIZE;
integer LDA=N;
integer LDVL;
integer LDVR;
integer LWORK;
integer INFO;
double 
A[SIZE][SIZE]={{43,216,254,249},{49,198,193,211},{48,194,177,171},{46,214,225,169}};
double WR[SIZE];
double WI[SIZE];
double WORK[201];
double VL[SIZE];
double VR[SIZE];
JOBVL='N';
JOBVR='V';
LWORK=201;
LDVL=2;
LDVR=6;
dgeev(&JOBVL, &JOBVR, &N, A, &LDA, WR, WI, VL, &LDVL, VR, &LDVR, WORK, &LWORK, 
&INFO);

/* Subroutine int dgeev_(char *jobvl, char *jobvr, integer *n, doublereal *a, 
integer *lda, doublereal *wr, doublereal *wi, doublereal *vl, 
integer *ldvl, doublereal *vr, integer *ldvr, doublereal *work,integer *lwork, 
integer *info) */

system("cls");
printf("\n INFO=%d", INFO );
getch();
return 0;
}
 
The blas.lib, clapack.lib, libF77.lib and libI77.lib have been included in the 
project. 
Also the header  files "f2c.h" and "clapack.h" included to the project...


Could you help me to rectify this.....Thanks in advance.


 
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