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Does anyone know what is wrong with this code. I can get all the other operations for CArray to work, but the "Add" one  :

I have a class... say MyClass

     CArray<MyClass, int> x;
     MyClass y;

     x.Add(y);

What is wrong with the code above??
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by:huya
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CArray<MyClass, MyClass &> x;

template< class TYPE, class ARG_TYPE > class CArray : public CObject

ARG_TYPE   Template parameter specifying the argument type used to access objects stored in the array. Often a reference to TYPE. ARG_TYPE is a parameter that is passed to CArray.
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Also make sure MyClass can be assigned (it won't if you simply derive from CObject), example - check this works

MyClass A ;
MyClass B ;

A = B ;


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