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How do you do a forward declaration?

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//  How do I make this compile?

class Link {          
public:
  const Read *neighbor ;  
};


class Read {  
private:
public:
  vector<Link> left_exts ;
}
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Question by:klopter
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// this line would go before class Link
class Read;
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by:nietod
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Spock to Enterprise, Captain Kirk you should answer,
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by:pepenieto
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As Captain Kirk answer, this should compile perfectly:

class Read;

class Link {            
public:
  const Read *neighbor ;  
};


class Read {  
private:
public:
  vector<Link> left_exts ;
};
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by:klopter
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Thanks,
  Ken
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