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    I thought that I defined it here. If I...

    I thought that I defined it here. If I untemplate the class it works.



    using namespace std;
    template<class T>
    class Test // <<-- I thoght that I declared the class "TEST" here
    { private:...
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    catch block giving parse error

    I can not seem to get my try/catch block to work.

    I am trying to use it in a templated class and I keep getting parse errors.

    Is my syntax correct?

    I have also tried


    template<class T>
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    First off. Thank your for your help and...

    First off. Thank your for your help and patience.

    I have updated my off lined functions with the syntax.


    void BankAccount<T>::Function()
    {~~Foo~~; }

    I am lost when it comes to scope.
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    I concede that templating the class is over kill,...

    I concede that templating the class is over kill, and a bit pointless, but I am trying to learn. Baby steps and all.

    I tried telmplating the functions as suggested, but still got errors. Here...
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    Class Templates and member functions

    Hello,

    I am trying to convert a regular class to a templated one.

    I thought this would be simple enough, but now I my functions do not compile.

    Where have I cone wrong?
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    I think I finally see the light. So if I...

    I think I finally see the light.

    So if I understand this



    Account<int> my_dollar_account;


    'int' is giving a type to the generic T that is being used in the functions.
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    OK. I think I understand. Is this a better...

    OK. I think I understand.

    Is this a better use of a template class. This way the user can enter an integer, float, double...



    template <class T>
    class Account
    { public:
    void...
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    In this case it looks like I am declaring a...

    In this case it looks like I am declaring a template class Foo and then trying to create an array of type Foo to hold names and ages.



    template<class T>
    class Foo
    { public:
    void...
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    class Template problems

    Hello,

    I am trying to wrap my head around class templates.

    I have an array but do not know how to implement with a template class.

    Before Template:


    class Foo
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    Syneris, Thank you for your help. Your note...

    Syneris,

    Thank you for your help.

    Your note about the console project reminded me that I was actually in a windows application project. Once I copied everything over to a console project...
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    Here we go

    Ok I think I understand what is going on but I still get

    " gcc: Compilation of header file requested
    gcc: file path prefix `C:\DEV-C_~1\Bin\' never used "

    errors when I try to compile.
    ...
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    Multiple file woes

    I am trying to use .h and .cpp file in a program that I working on. I can not seem to get it to work.

    Is this the correct format?

    This is my .h file



    //big.h
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    Thank you everyone. I appreciate the help. ...

    Thank you everyone.

    I appreciate the help.

    ~Rich
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    is there a better option to strlen()

    It is my understanding that 'strlen()' is recursive and is not the most efficient way to derive the length of a string. Would it be better to just use the maximum size of the string instead? Is...
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    Thank you

    Awsome tips guys.

    Thank you.
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    Library Function to verify Int

    I have a function that will only work with integers. Is there a library function that will check user input to make sure that the data entered is integers.

    [EDIT]
    Currently I am using a bool...
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    Thank you all

    I got it working :D

    Thank you all especially David and Tonto.

    ~Rich
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    Sometimes learning is an up hill battle ;) I...

    Sometimes learning is an up hill battle ;)

    I realize that I am trying to use the '==' operator in an uncommon way. I would like to over load the '==' operator so that I can use it in a search...
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    Code Re Post

    There is not that much to it. I am trying to learn things on a small scale first.

    I think that I implemented the the example in the fallowing code. Seeing how it will not compile I sure...
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    Operator overloading

    Hello,

    I am new to C++ and am trying to learn about operator overloading. I can not seem to wrap my mind around how it works. Could someone please point me in the right direction.





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