Thread: Class declaring an int

  1. #1
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    Aug 2009

    Class declaring an int

    hi new to C++
    basically i have a header.h file that holds a
    class foo
    int takeTime(int var);
    int time;
    then in my header.c
    int takeTime(int var){
    time = 1230;
    return 0;
    y doesnt the time variable show up when i compile its in the class and it can see teh function call but cant see the variable?

  2. #2
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    Mar 2010
    What do you mean 'see'? Try to type properly also. It's easier to understand what you are asking when you do.

  3. #3
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    Mar 2009
    Your example shouldn't even compile. takeTime in header.c will not be a part of the class foo at all. Use foo::takeTime when you define functions outside the class.

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