With the DUMPBIN utility you can confirm if your library is 32-bit or 64-bit. |
dumpbin /headers fltk.lib | more
will show a huge dump of info (which is why I sent it to 'more'). The first bits of info you'll see are something like:
Dump of file fltk.lib
File Type: LIBRARY
FILE HEADER VALUES
8664 machine (x64)
A number of sections
5FD13075 time date stamp Wed Dec 9 15:15:49 2020
635 file pointer to symbol table
26 number of symbols
0 size of optional header
As you can see [bolded] in the above, this particular fltk.lib file on my machine is built to x64.
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