Error Messages - Invalid C Source

Each of these messages mean that the C header file given as input to H2cpy is invalid and contains C source that does not conform to the ANSI specification. Translation has not taken place.

You must modify the header file so that it contains only valid ANSI C before attempting to use H2cpy to translate it to COBOL. You must use C development tools with the correct C dialect checking enabled to determine the exact nature of the error. Here are some of the most common messages: