Function redefinition

This is a discussion on Function redefinition within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; When I build my project, I get these errors - Code: /home/sterling/CODE/Dormitory/Hallway.h|51|error: redefinition of ‘int& Hallway::getAvaL()’| /home/sterling/CODE/Dormitory/Hallway.h|42|error: ‘int& Hallway::getAvaL()’ previously ...

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    Function redefinition

    When I build my project, I get these errors -
    Code:
    /home/sterling/CODE/Dormitory/Hallway.h|51|error: redefinition of ‘int& Hallway::getAvaL()’|
    /home/sterling/CODE/Dormitory/Hallway.h|42|error: ‘int& Hallway::getAvaL()’ previously defined here|
    /home/sterling/CODE/Dormitory/Hallway.h|56|error: redefinition of ‘int& Hallway::getAvaW()’|/home/sterling/CODE/Dormitory/Hallway.h|43|error: ‘int& Hallway::getAvaW()’ previously defined here|
    I don't understand how the functions are being redefined. My .h and .cpp are -

    Code:
    #ifndef HALLWAY_H
    #define HALLWAY_H
    #include "Bathroom.h"
    #include "Bedroom.h"
    class Hallway {
    
    public:
    
        Hallway();
        ~Hallway();
    
        const int& getLength();
        const int& getWidth();
    
        void setAvaL(int&);
        int& getAvaL();
        void setAvaW(int&);
        int& getAvaW();
        std::vector<Bathroom>& getBathrooms();
        std::vector<Bedroom>& getBedrooms();
    
        void addBedroom(Bedroom&);
        void addBathroom(Bathroom&);
    
    private:
        std::vector<Bedroom> bedrooms;
        std::vector<Bathroom> bathrooms;
        const int length;
        const int width;
        int avaL;
        int avaW;
    };
    #endif
    Code:
    #include "Hallway.h"
    
    Hallway::Hallway()
    : length(300), width(100) {}
    
    Hallway::~Hallway() {}
    
    const int& Hallway::getLength() {return length;}
    const int& Hallway::getWidth() {return width;}
    
    int& Hallway::getAvaL() {return avaL;}
    int& Hallway::getAvaW() {return avaW;}
    
    std::vector<Bathroom>& Hallway::getBathrooms() {return bathrooms;}
    std::vector<Bedroom>& Hallway::getBedrooms() {return bedrooms;}
    
    void Hallway::setAvaL(int& l) {
        avaL = l;
    }
    int& Hallway::getAvaL() {return avaL;}
    
    void Hallway::setAvaW(int& w) {
        avaW = w;
    }
    int& Hallway::getAvaW() {return avaW;}
    Not sure what else to say about it other than I just don't get at all how they are being redefined...can anyone help me out? I have other classes in the project which I can share if they are needed. But they all compile fine.

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    Code:
    #include "Hallway.h"
    
    Hallway::Hallway()
    : length(300), width(100) {}
    
    Hallway::~Hallway() {}
    
    const int& Hallway::getLength() {return length;}
    const int& Hallway::getWidth() {return width;}
    
    int& Hallway::getAvaL() {return avaL;}
    int& Hallway::getAvaW() {return avaW;}
    
    std::vector<Bathroom>& Hallway::getBathrooms() {return bathrooms;}
    std::vector<Bedroom>& Hallway::getBedrooms() {return bedrooms;}
    
    void Hallway::setAvaL(int& l) {
        avaL = l;
    }
    int& Hallway::getAvaL() {return avaL;}
    
    void Hallway::setAvaW(int& w) {
        avaW = w;
    }
    int& Hallway::getAvaW() {return avaW;}
    You've got that in there twice.
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    OOH wow okay thanks, solved

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