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    help with errors...

    Im getting a lot of errors in this program and i don't know why? also, why did these errors create a problem?

    a) line 5 parse error before `{'
    b) line 10 parse error bofore `int'
    c) `month' was not declarde in the scope
    d) ANSI C++ forbids declaration `setNum2' with no type
    e) line 15 ANSI C++ forbids declaration `aYear' with no type
    f) line 15 `year' was not declared in this scope
    g) line 16 parse error before `}'
    h) line 18 implicit declaration of function `int getNum1(...)'
    i) line 18 implicit declaration of function `int getNum2(...)'
    j) line 19 parse error before `<'
    k) line 26 variable `class Date HeidiKlum' has initializer but incomplete type
    l) line 29 parse error before `<'
    and finally..............
    M!) line 31 parse error before `<'

    Thanks for the help!
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    Last edited by Gamma; 04-13-2002 at 04:54 PM.

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    ATTN: all problems solved except for h and i, and one new problem, on line 29 no matching function for call to `Date::getNum ()'

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    post the updated code so we dont have to go through and mess with the errors you've solved, please. BTW, is everything correct in "pair.h"?

    PS: Thanks for trying to use code tags! But you use them like this:

    [codep]

    code goes here...

    [/codep]

    except take the p out-I put it in there so it wouldnt get parsed.
    Good Luck!
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    [Code for main proggie:]
    Code:
    #include <string.h>
    #include <iostream.h>
    #include "pair.h"
    
    class Date : public Pair {
          public:
                 int getYear () {
                     return aYear;
                 }
                 Date (int day, int month, int year) {
                 // set attributes of pair
                 setNum1 (day);
                 setNum2 (month);
                 // set new attribute
                 aYear = year;
                 }
                 void output () {
                      cout << getNum1 () << "." << getNum2 () << "."
                           << aYear << endl;
                      }
                 private:
                         int aYear; // the year
                 };
    
    main () {
         Date HeidiKlum (4,8,1976); // the constructor
         HeidiKlum.output ();
         cout << "the contents of aYear is for Heidi is" << " "
              << HeidiKlum.getYear () << endl;
    };
    [Code for pair.h file:]
    Code:
    // pair.h file
    #ifndef PAIR_H__
    #define PAIR_H__
    
    class Pair {
          public:
    		Pair (int num1, int num2);
    		Pair ();
    		void output ();
    		void setNum1 (int num);
    		void setNum2 (int num);
    
          private:
                  	int aNum1;
                  	int aNum2;
          };
    
    #endif
    Last edited by Gamma; 04-13-2002 at 04:56 PM.

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    it appears as if you haven't declared or defined getNum1 or getNum2 anywhere in your code, but then again I'm getting kind of blind...
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