Thread: Why Won't My Program Read My .hpp file?

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    Registered User Insidia's Avatar
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    Why Won't My Program Read My .hpp file?

    Hey guys just wondering wether one of you guys could help me with my program and why it's not reading my .hpp file.

    #include "Rect.hpp"
    Rectangle::Rectangle(int top, int left, int bottom, int right)
          itsTop = top;
          itsLeft = left;
          itsBottom = bottom;
          itsRight = right;
          int Rectangle::GetArea() const
              int Width = itsRigth - itsLeft;
              int Height = itsTop - itsBottom;
              return (width * Height);
              int main()
                  Rectangle MyRectangle.GetArea();
                  cout << "Area: " << Area << "\n";
                  cout "Upper Left X Coordinate: ";
                  cout << MyRectangle.GetUpperLeft().GetX();
                  return 0;
    #include <iostream>
    class Point        // hold x, y coordinates
          // no constructor, use default
                 void SetX(int x) { itsX = x; }
                 void SetY(int y) { itsY = y; }
                 int GetX()const { return itsX;}
                 int GetY()const { return itsY;}
                  int itsX;
                  int itsY;
                  };       // end of Point Class declaration
                  Class Rectangle
                               Rectangle (int top, int left, int bottom, int right);
                               ~Rectangle () {}
                               int GetTop() const { return itsTop; }
                               int GetLeft() const { return itsLeft; }
                               int GetBottom() const { return itsBottom; }
                               int GetRight() const { return itsRight; }
                               Point GetUpperLeft() const { return itsUpperLeft; }
                               Point GetLowerLeft() const { return itsLowerLeft; }
                               Point GetUpperRight() const { return itsUpperRight; }
                               Point GetLowerRight() const { return itsLowerRight; }
                               void SetUpperLeft(Point Location) {itsUpperLeft = Location;}
                               void SetLowerLeft(Point Location) {itsLowerLeft = Location;}
                               void SetUpperRight(Point Location) {itsUpperRight = Location;}
                               void SetLowerRight(Point Location) {itsLowerRightt = Location;}
                               void SetTop(int top) { itsTop = top; }
                               void SetLeft(int left) { itsLeft = left; }
                               void SetBottom(int bottom) { itsBottom = nottom; }
                               void SetRight(int right) { itsRight = right; }
                               int GetArea() const;
                                Point itsUpperLeft;
                                Point itsUpperRight;
                                Point itsLowerLeft;
                                Point itsLowerRight;
                                int itsTop;
                                int itsLeft;
                                int itsBottom;
                                int itsRight;
    If you can help me thanks a lot, and i'm using Dev-C++.

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    It's just some spelling mistakes. Doesn't your compiler warn you? class cannot be spelled with a capital C, for instance. Look also for "nottom" and "itsLowerRightt" (note the double t).

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    Indentation is pretty bad... good idea to fix that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Adak View Post
    io.h certainly IS included in some modern compilers. It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

    Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless.

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