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Error: otlisttypes.cpp, line 4: invalid explicit instantiation
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does anybody have any idea what this means?
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Were not psychic!  Why don't you post the relevant code.

The compiler thinks yoiur are trying to explicitly instanciate a template.  This is used to force the compiler to create a template for a particular set of template parameters.  However it is impossible to say why this is in error, or why the compiler thinks it is in error because we don't have the code.
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by:RONSLOW
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look forward to seeing it.

Also could you tell us which compiler you are using, as well as showing us the source line.

If it referece to a templated class or function, please show the source code for that as well.
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pl. give the code. Then only we  can identify what is the problem in it

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by:KangaRoo
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If you give some code we might have a look at it.
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by:RONSLOW
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We're all waiting with bated breath.
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by:nietod
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Did that help you?  (I would be surprised if it did.)  There was no need to accept it as an answer if it didn't.)
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Easiest points you've ever got, nietod :-)
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by:KangaRoo
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I wouldn't be surprised if this has happened before.
superdesio, is your question 'answered'?
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