expected unqualified-id before '{' token...

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    expected unqualified-id before '{' token...

    Code:
    #include"spisak.hpp"
    void Evidencija::insertPoruka() {
    
    
     Poruka po;
     char p[100];
     cout<<"Unesite za :"<<endl;
     cin>>p;
     po.setZa(p);
     cout<<"Unesite od koga: "<<endl;
     cin>>p;
     po.setOd(p);
     cout<<"Unestie text: "<<endl;
     cin>>p;
     po.setText(p);
     cout<<"***********************************************";
     cout<<endl;
    
    
     cout<<po<<endl;
     cout<<"************************************************";
     cout<<endl;
     primljeno.add(1,po);
    
    
    
    
    
    
    }
    { //--------------26 line
    
    
     Poruka po;
     char p[100];
     cout<<"Unesite za :"<<endl;
     cin>>p;
     po.setZa(p);
     cout<<"Unesite od koga: "<<endl;
     cin>>p;
     po.setOd(p);
     cout<<"Unestie text: "<<endl;
     cin>>p;
     po.setText(p);
     cout<<"***********************************************";
     cout<<endl;
    
    
     cout<<po<<endl;
     cout<<"************************************************";
     cout<<endl;
     poslato.add(1,po);
    
    
    
    
    }
    void Evidencija::printSpisak() const {
    cout<<"-----------------EVIDENCIJA PORUKA--------------- ";
    cout<<endl;
    Poruka po;
    for( int i=1;i<primljeno.size();i++){
    primljeno.read(i,po);
    cout<<po<<endl;
    }
    cout<<"--------------------------------------------------";
    cout<<endl;
    
    
    }
    
    
    
    
    void Evidencija::printSpisak1() const {
    cout<<"-----------------EVIDENCIJA PORUKA--------------- ";
    cout<<endl;
    Poruka po;
    for( int i=1;i<poslato.size();i++){
    poslato.read(i,po);
    cout<<po<<endl;
    }
    cout<<"--------------------------------------------------";
    cout<<endl;
    
    
    }
    and error is on line 26

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    Since the previous line is the closing brace for the previous function, I guess you missed out the function name, return type, parameters etc.
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    It might help for you to explain what you think the purpose of that line is, and the one before it. Then we can perhaps see where you are going wrong with your thinking.

    You should also work on fixing your indentation because that will hilight most of these kind of problems.
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    >> char p[100];
    >> cout<<"Unesite za :"<<endl;
    >> cin>>p;
    Never do that.
    If you are going to read a string, use std::string:
    std::string p;
    cout<<"Unesite za :"<<endl;
    cin>>p;
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    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

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    Very stupid mistae,here in 26. line u forgot to put
    Code:
    void Evidencija::insertPoruka()
    .... Tnx all for help

    Code:
    >> char p[100];
    >> cout<<"Unesite za :"<<endl;
    >> cin>>p;
    Never do that.
    If you are going to read a string, use std::string:
    std::string p;
    cout<<"Unesite za :"<<endl;
    cin>>p;
    Tnx for the advce i change it now

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