I was recently following a LinkedIn course for performance benchmarking, and I've noticed that in the video tutorials the tutor includes in the C++ program we are using, the line #include "advisor-annotate.h"
In the video, this returns no errors, and the file includes successfully, however in my Visual Studio this line returns the following error.
Error C1083 Cannot open include file: 'advisor-annotate.h': No such file or directory
I have tried the suggested fixes of placing #define ANNOTATE_DECLARE and #define ANNOTATE_DEFINE before this line to no success, and I believe they fix a different issue.
Does anyone have any idea under the sun as to why this might not be working?
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