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cannot pass in a 'string' as an argument

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why does it complain that string is unidentified


bool compare(string word) const;

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Maybe you need to include proper headers at the beginning of your file:

#include <string>
using namespace std;
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Have you tried?
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man... I need to sleep... I don't believe I missed that.

Thank you
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