Hey, so I'm writing my final project for my programming class, it's a port scanner. The port scanner part works perfectly (uses WinSock, pretty simple really). So, now I'm looking at adding some commandline arguments to it. At home (on my Linux box), I've been playing with popt to handle arguments, and I quite like it, got it working quite well. So, I download popt for windows at school (from http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net) and put popt.dll and popt.h in the same dir as the program, then #include "popt.h". All goes well in compilation. It gets to the linking stage and gives me link errors saying it can't find the popt functions, indicating to me that there's some problem using the dll or something. Also tried putting the dll in c:\windows, it didn't help. So everyone knows, I'm using: Windows 98 (don't tell me to upgrade, were it up to me the lab would be Linux, but our tech is pretty dumb) Borland C++ compiler (not sure what version) Any help?