Splicing user code into compiled bcc source module

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fobri003
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Splicing user code into compiled bcc source module

Post by fobri003 » 09 May 2017, 17:34

I'm new to the BCI subject matter and have been tasked with working onn application that is solely SSVEP-BCI oriented. I had already downloaded the BCI build files and have been to able to successfully compile them. In doing so, I thought I could easily integrate an SSVEP code, that I've already tested separately, and try to compile it inside a working BCI program. It has been frustratingly difficult. I am not an expert in coding and have only the basics of c++ hammered into me and other software experience from my university. Any advice into inputing user codes into a BCI program or an explanation as to what would be a better approach would be just fine.

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