Yes, another question with hopefully an easy solution.
I keep getting a segmentation fault error in g++ when I try to run a.out.. I get some different errors in Visual c++ though. The main program isn't the problem, it is the included header.
Please take a look at what I have and tell me what you think. Thanks.
1. In your overloaded << operator do a "return out;"
2. In the function List::replace(VALUE_TYPE v), you are declaring a variable VALUE_TYPE x. Without initializing it to anything you are trying to use it as array index...... hence segmentation fault...
Thank you for your help. That helped out a whole lot!
My code for calculating the data is still incorrect though. I need to fix that somehow.
If anyone can show me also, how to impliment another class called Stack ontop of that, that would be fantastic!