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    Re: Problem with struct node

    ah, I should mention, this is for c++. The code reflects what my c++ prof gave us so I used the link as an example.
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    Problem with struct node

    I'm trying to follow:
    exactly but am getting an error within

    struct node {
    int x;
    node *next;
    }; //this is line 15
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    Can't see "#include "???

    Below is the top most of my header file, am I using "#include <vector>' or vecotr<> x incorrectly? I get an error:

    "error C2143: syntax error : missing ';' before '<'" at the line "vector<el_t>...
  4. Re: error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol???

    resolved. Good call, ZuK, for turning my attention to Visual Studio.

    I copied all the source files to the local folder after working on the project from a different location, on a thumb drive. I...
  5. Re: error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol???

    Compilable code:


    int const MAX = 10; // The MAX number of elements for the stack
    // MAX is unknown to the client
    // MAX is to prevent double digit numbers....
  6. Re: error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol???

    Implementation file is the stack.cpp file mentioned above with the code:

    void stack::push(el_t n)
    if (isFull())
    throw Overflow();
  7. [RESOLVED] error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol???

    I don't know why I'm getting this error, this is a post fix calculator for array use review, I'll include only the push functions to save post space. If i comment out the push/pops, the errors does...
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    Why getting male sex symbol? char push help

    I need to add the operands and then push the result onto the stack, when pushed; it pushes a symbol (add 6 and 5, you get the male symbol). What am I doing wrong, I need the symbol to be 11 (when...
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