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How do I use libg++?

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I have the most recent g++ compiler and libg++ on my Linux system.  I want to use the classes described in the documentation such as stacks and queues.  There are header files in /usr/include/g++ such as stack.h.  However, when I put

#include <stack.h>
stack stk;

into my program, I get a parsing error on the second line.  Furthermore, there is a /usr/include/g++/gen directory with a lot of .ccP and .hP files.  I think that these files actually have the classes that I want to use.

How can I use these classes?  

Thanks in advance!

Jeff Shirer
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Try typing -lg++ as a parameter when you compile, other than that, I can only guess that perhaps you haven't set it up properly(the directory structure).

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