Hey, I am getting a compiler error that I don't agree with (haha). I am attempting to compare chars, but the error the compiler is giving me is:
My code is:
46 prog6.cpp ISO C++ forbids comparison between pointer and integer
If I changed the single quotes around the s to double quotes "s" it compilers, however even if argv[typeIndex] is equal to "s" the error message still appears.
int main(int argc, char *argv)
if(argv[typeIndex] != 's')
cerr << "Invalid Type argument '" << argv[typeIndex] << "'.\n";
Invalid Type argument "s".