If you want to link statically with the OSS and Microsoft code, you should use /MT and soeddefa.lib for the space-optimized (SOED), and toedcode.lib for the time-optimized (TOED) encoder/decoder APIs.
If you want to link statically with the OSS code but dynamically with the Microsoft C-runtime library, like msvcrt.dll, you should use /MD and soeddemd.lib for the SOED, and toedcomd.lib for the TOED APIs.
If you want to link dynamically with both OSS and Microsoft code, you should use /MD and ossapi.lib for the SOED, and ossapit.lib for the TOED APIs.
It is important that you C-compile your entire Windows VC++ project with either /MT or /MD in order to avoid having multiple copies of the C runtime code in memory when your application runs.
The samples included with some of the Knowledge Center answers are meant for your general understanding of the OSS products. Different versions of the products might produce slightly different outputs. Consult the products documentation and samples for the most up-to-date products information and code examples.
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