Undeclared Identifier - Part 2

Posted on 1998-03-17
Last Modified: 2010-04-10
Okay the last one was a stupid spelling oversight. But I can't see why I get a "undeclared identifier" error everytime  I use the instance of the class as an arguement. The code snippet follows:

class CIntegerSet
CIntegerSet (int,int,int,int,int);
CIntegerSet ();
void UnionOfIntegerSets                         (CIntegerSet &, CIntegerSet &);
CIntegerSet IntersectionOfIntegerSet (CIntegerSet &, CIntegerSet &);
void InsertElement (CIntegerSet &, int);
void DeleteElement (CIntegerSet &, int);
void SetPrint         (CIntegerSet &);
bool IsEqual         (CIntegerSet &, CIntegerSet &);
      int IntArray[100];

int main ()

CIntegerSet IntSet1(4, 9, 21, 13, 44);
CIntegerSet IntSet2(3, 7, 33, 62, 75);
CIntegerSet IntSet3();

UnionOfIntegerSets(IntSet1, IntSet2);  // error HERE

SetPrint(IntSet3); //error HERE

InsertElement(IntSet1, 15);  //error HERE
InsertElement(IntSet2, 15);   // funny, no error here
Question by:dpms

Accepted Solution

vsinha earned 50 total points
ID: 1183572
Whenever you call a method, you should first write the name of the associated class, followed by a '.', followed by the method name.

From what you have done I think you want to do the following:

class CIntegerSet
   void InsertElement (int);
   void DeleteElement (int);
   void SetPrint    ();

   int main ()

   CIntegerSet IntSet1(4, 9, 21, 13, 44);
   CIntegerSet IntSet2(3, 7, 33, 62, 75);
   CIntegerSet IntSet3();




I would suggest you to look at an example, before going further. I can find a good example on a matrix class if you are interested.


Expert Comment

ID: 1183573
The compiler is also going to bark about your constructor...  
Once you fix your other compile errors your constructor is going to cause an error.
CIntegerSet (int,int,int,int,int); This will produce an unresolved identifer LNK 1120 error..

Above is how you declare it....  Needs to be declared like this
CIntegerSet (int,int,int,int,int) {};

Plus you might actually want to do something in the constructor also...



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