errors with class constructor

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    >>>newbox.name=name;


    you can't do this...
    Last edited by Betazep; 03-16-2002 at 08:37 PM.
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    I gotta go... keep trying. Write a more simple class. Work your errors from there. The parenthesis go after the constructor and destructor. Your errors are elsewhere...
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    sorry, i missed your code post. I still get the same error. this is ........ing me off so much!
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    you got that error with the code that I posted?

    someone more familiar with MSVC++ is going to have to help you.... I do not know why that would happen

    Prelude... got any ideas???
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    well, I added a ; to the end of the class declaration, and now I still get that weird error! GAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Code:
    class test
    {
       public:
           test();
           int a;
    };
    
    test::test()
    {
       a = 0;
    }
    
    int main()
    {
       test it;
       
       return 0;
    }
    so you tried just like that? This compiles absolutely fine for me.
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    i just tried that exact code again. this time it works. maybe today is a better day. I will try my code.
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    My code still gives errors on the constructor. Same single error. Here's an update to my code:
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    problem is not with the constructor, it's in the deconstructor. I commented out first the constructor and got errors. then i commented out just the deconstructor and it compiled fine.
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    const RIGHT=2;
    const LEFT=3;

    I bet you are getting errors here too.

    How does the compiler know they are ints or defines?
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    no, I don't get errors there, but it's bad programming. thanks for pointing that out.
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