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    Hello
    I"m trying to write a program for my uni assignment but I got this error during compiling and I have no idea wat it means, could somebody help me
    Here's the error

    too few arguments to function `void CalculateAverage(int &, double &, double &, int &)'

    this is the code that cause the error

    void CalculateAverage(int& Score, double& sAverage, double& cAverage, int& NoOfStudent);

    Basically, I"m trying to open a file read a bunch of test score and calculate the average for the test score, i've decided to use a function to do this but I got lost on the way and have no idea what the error means.

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    sounds like you have called it with few too arguments, post the whole code if its small so i can check it over
    Last edited by ventolin; 05-12-2004 at 03:16 AM.

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    > oid CalculateAverage(int& Score, double& sAverage, double& cAverage, int& NoOfStudent);
    Looks like another attempt to prototype the function rather than call it

    Try
    Code:
    CalculateAverage(Score, sAverage, cAverage, NoOfStudent);
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