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2010/10/9· Error: as.h:line 12: ifstream does not name a type. error:as.cpp: ifs has not been declared.has not been declared has not been declaredetc Is it not possible to have classes as global variables? or is there just a small typo somewhere? AS.H

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Can anyone tell me why the below piece of code I wrote when compiling keeps complaining istream_iterator is not a meer of std please can you tell? Thanks guys #include #include #include #include #include #

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2020/10/10· The chapter uses the `using namespace std;` directive, which has been declared to be considered bad style in a previous chapter (it''s of course ok to do so just for the sake of brevity). nascardriver March 25, 2020 at 8:37 am · Reply

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The code is cut off because I do not think that the classes meer functions have anything to do with it. #include "AbstractMatrix.h" class Matrix : public AbstractMatrix { friend std::ostream &operator<<(std::ostream &,const Matrix &) ; friend std::istream

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I need a process that passes info from one option to the next until we get exactly what we are looking for. Here is my first piece which isn''t working. 7 C:\Users\kristopher.roy\Do cuments\co de\main.cp p `std::istream& std::getline(std::istream&, std::string&)'' should have been declared inside `std''

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2013/4/21· I only get these errors with gccxml, not mingw itself when compiling ogre. Steps to reproduce : - pull latest version of gccxml, and compile it with latest stable mingw - ogre branch 1.9 latest - apply the following patch on Ogre for correct version detection (note : it''s

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2012/1/17· error: ''str'' was not declared in this scope I know it has something to do with only being in the std namespace. The problem is you using a variable str (on lines 6 and 7, second snippet) that has not been declared anywhere. That''s what''s written in the

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2006/11/18· Posted: Sat Nov 11, 2006 8:51 pm Post subject: Re: ''ifstream'' was not declared in this scope [edit: whoops, someone posted the answer before me ] In parser.cpp either say

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2010/9/14· was not declared in this scope in Level.h: (3 times, same line, same character) >> so that your program knows how to read from an istream object into your LevelId object. >>''s usually seen behavior has already been defined for integers, C original

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Previous test shows that Tasmota 6.6.0 with core 2.5.2 and with additional custom parameter #undef USE_SCRIPT_FATFS - compile with success (with same features), so probably that was fixed in latest dev branch. @meingraham I''ve got a suggestion/proposition/feature request to change travis tests, or rather to extend them.

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2008/2/2· I''m trying to compile a project that was sent to me using the included make file, but I''m getting a bunch of errors. The make file specifies g++-3.3 explicitly, but I commented that out to just use g++ and I''m using -4.0.1, I''m not sure if that''s the cause of these problems but I''ll mention

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For kernel code, try not to use C++ but I don''t think that''s a problem for you. I think you are writing user level code for a microblaze and probably not using any OS (ie baremetal) ; if this is so you should have no concern. If you are using a multithreaded OS (ala linux

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2013/12/23· Topic: " ''istream'' has not been declared " ERROR Help (Read 5101 times) previous topic - next topic Will08 Guest" ''istream'' has not been declared " ERROR Help Dec 22, 2013, 06:16 am I have this code and these errors. Code: istream.cpp:36: error: ''istream

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CMake defaults to using the compiler at /usr/bin/c++. To select a different compiler, you''ll want to set environment variables when calling CMake. Something like this should work: CC=/usr/local/bin/gcc CXX=/usr/local/bin/g++ cmake .. Substitute in the path for the

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2006/11/18· Posted: Sat Nov 11, 2006 8:51 pm Post subject: Re: ''ifstream'' was not declared in this scope [edit: whoops, someone posted the answer before me ] In parser.cpp either say

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std::istream is = cin; istream。 2. istream istreamprotected(),,。 : ,,。 std:: istream & is = cin;

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Edit: Declaring << and >> operators outside stream classes provide a quite unique feature: [code]cout << “Hello “ << “ world” << “\n”; [/code]operator

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Visual Studio 6 sets two environment variables: include=C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\atl\include;C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\mfc\include;C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\include lib=C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\mfc\lib;C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\lib and lib

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