I'm trying to create a linked-list that will hold instances of classes that I created. I'm very new to linked lists and only a bit more experienced with classes. I'm stuck on a segmentation fault that seems to be happining in the constructor when I create the object for the first item in the list. The Object class works fine. Here is a copy of the class-definition, class, and the test program .... PLEASE HELP!!!
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