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    Re: debug assertion error(there is a bug in my code)

    thank you so much
    its totally correct
    just one question(last one )??

    I must use this vector which is a first vecto, as a void function in the derived class and virtual void in base class, but I have an error in (4) infront of Data
    vector<int> Data (4);
    how I can solve it?

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    Re: debug assertion error(there is a bug in my code)

    You can't use

    Code:
    vector<int> Data(4)
    as part of a function definition. How are you using this vector?
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    Re: debug assertion error(there is a bug in my code)

    if I use it in both derived and base classes, I will have an error in (4)

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    Re: debug assertion error(there is a bug in my code)

    Hi,
    Could you show some code for the function?

    Thank you.

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