You may have to use doskey_vector.push_back(x) instead.Code:doskey_vector.at(j) = x;
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like this?Originally Posted by laserlight
I want to store the current value of variable x, to the vector. So every time the user types a command, the command will be stored, and the next one and so on...Code:doskey_vector.at(j) = doskey_vector.push_back(x);
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