How do you declare a list to be global.....
I have a class that is used to control the users input. In that class I have a function that looks like this
This function is called upon when a user asks to enter an Artists name. Now I want to make another function that displays what is inside that list. This is what I have so far...
cout << endl << "Enter the bands name: " << flush;
cin >> artName;
Artist *artist = new Artist(artName);
myArtist.push_back( *(new Artist(artName)) );
//Informs user what they just added
cout << "\tAdded : " << artName << endl << endl ;
When I call upon this function it does not display anything in the list. I am guessing that this is because the list is redefined in my DisplayArtName function. So with that said the only solution I can come up with is to declare the list global in my .h file, but I can't figure out how to do it. Any suggestion?
cout << endl << "List of Artist: " << endl;
for(iter = myArtist.begin(); iter != myArtist.end(); iter++)
cout << (*iter).getArtBandName() << endl;