Help with Arrays of Classes

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    Question Help with Arrays of Classes

    I am very very stuck. I looked at this code 100 times and I don't see anything wrong with it.

    The problem is, I cannot initialize a given element of a multi-dimensional array of classes.

    If anyone could download the .zip file and open the project file to checkout why it is giving me errors, I would be SOOOO HAPPY!

    The error is on line 153 of classes.cpp
    If you remove hte line, everything works perfectly.

    I use Dev-C++ to compile.


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    I'll try .. hold on
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    What compiler did you use? Dev-C++ wont load it. I extract it in F:\temp and try and open it ... Says file not found C:\My Documents\whatever....
    What's The Problem?
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    *thinks hard*

    let me make a new zip file
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    Sure
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    try this.. it should unzip its own folder

    i am using dev-c++ 4
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    Problems:
    C:/Windows/Desktop/helpGrNxxDay/classes.h is not found
    C:/Windows/Desktop/helpGrNxxDay/myheader.h is not found
    C:/Windows/Desktop/helpGrNxxDay/sourceCode.cpp is not found

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    try unzipping it to that location.
    c:\windows\desktop\helpGrNxxDaY

    if that doesn't work.. i dunno?
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    Cant I'm using Windows2000 (NT) so I dont have access
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    dokie
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    sorry
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    You cannot assign values to global variables, you can only initialise them. Or so it seems.

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    Could be.. didnt check it out
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    It's working on my machine but I had to make some changes:

    B.t.w. Line 150 also gave me an error.

    [list=1][*]Replaced C:/DEV-C++/Bin/Mainicon.ico by a valid icon
    [*]Changed: Room roomArray[20][30];
    To: Room *roomArray[20][30];
    [*]Moved the last 2 lines to main (in sourceCode.cpp)
    Code:
    int main()
    {
       Room temp(3, 5, true, false, true, false, "A Dirt Trail", "Very dusty");
       roomArray[3][5] = &temp;
       ...
    }
    The last line is not working because you are not within the scope of a function. If you place it in a function (like main) it should work.[/list=1]

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