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I have this code in C++ that I'm learning how to use, but I cannot compile it because I get an error saying it cannot find the io.h.

Isn't the io.h part of the OS?
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by:evilrix
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Compiler? Version? Example of code? Exact error?
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by:Trexgreen
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I got that to compile... now I'm having some other problems, linking the files.

Here are the files that I have.

main.cpp ( links to Rjoinr.hpp)
Rjoinr.cpp ( links to Rjoinr.hpp, Heap.hpp, kHeap.hpp, PQMxMxD.hpp)
Heap.cpp (links to Heap.hpp)
kheap.cpp (links to kheap.hpp, Rstart.cpp)
PQMxMxD.cpp (links to PQMxMxD.hpp, Rstart.cpp)
Rstar.cpp (links to Rstar.hpp, lrubuff.hpp)
lrubuff.cpp (links to lrubuff.hpp)

I compiled all the files using g++ -c filename.cpp
now I have al the .o files, but when I try to compile the main.cpp file g++ -o main main.o

I get the following error.
main.cpp: (. text+0x2445): undefined reference to 'RjoinR::statistics()'
....

I also get the same error when I do this g++ -o main main.o RjoinR.o

You can download the files here
http://tinyurl.com/myat8o
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by:Trexgreen
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g++ Version 4.3.3 Debian 4.3.3-10
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Add more points to the question, so I can get some help with the rest of the compilation.
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by:Let_Me_Be
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Your sources might be corrupted, but anyways, try gcc -o main main.cpp Rjoinr.cpp Heap.cpp kheap.cpp PQMxMxD.cpp Rstar.cpp lrubuff.cpp
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by:Let_Me_Be
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Uh, sorry g++ of course.
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by:Trexgreen
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Here is the error I'm getting....

This error only occure when I compile the main.cpp with all the others .o files, because the .o files I'm able to create without a problem.
/tmp/cckUsHqn.o: In function `main':

main.cpp:(.text+0x5ba): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQBuff(bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x724): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQSortBuff(bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x895): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQHeapBuff(bool, int)'

main.cpp:(.text+0xe89): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQBuff_DHT(bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0xff3): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQSortBuff_DHT(bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x1164): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQHeapBuff_DHT(bool, int)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x12e5): undefined reference to `RjoinR::K_closestPQBuff_DHT(int, bool, bool, bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x1466): undefined reference to `RjoinR::K_closestPQSortBuff_DHT(int, bool, bool, bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x15ee): undefined reference to `RjoinR::K_closestPQHeapBuff_DHT(int, bool, bool, bool, int)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x19c4): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQPlaneSweepBuff(bool, bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x1b3d): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQHeapPSBuff(bool, bool, int)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x1fb8): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQPlaneSweepBuff_DHT(bool, bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x2131): undefined reference to `RjoinR::closestPQHeapPSBuff_DHT(bool, bool, int)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x22b2): undefined reference to `RjoinR::K_closestPQPlaneSweepBuff_DHT(int, bool, bool, bool)'

main.cpp:(.text+0x243a): undefined reference to `RjoinR::K_closestPQHeapPSBuff_DHT(int, bool, bool, bool, int)'

/tmp/ccsAlRGx.o: In function `RjoinR::K_closestPQPlaneSweepBuff(kHeap*,

int, int, int, int, bool, bool)':

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x5c5b): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x629f): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x65a2): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

/tmp/ccsAlRGx.o: In function `RjoinR::K_closestPQSortBuff(kHeap*, int, int, int, int, bool, bool)':

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x7dbc): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x7e3f): undefined reference to `RjoinR::mergeSortCPQ(ArrayElement*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x818c): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x8212): undefined reference to `RjoinR::mergeSortCPQ(ArrayElement*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x8510): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x8596): undefined reference to `RjoinR::mergeSortCPQ(ArrayElement*, int, int)'

/tmp/ccsAlRGx.o: In function `RjoinR::K_closestPQBuff(kHeap*, int, int, int, int, bool, bool)':

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x931a): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x960d): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

RjoinR.cpp:(.text+0x988b): undefined reference to `RjoinR::quickSort(double*, int, int)'

collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

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by:Trexgreen
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Also all I'm trying to do is read a datafile, and build the index creating the r-tree, and if I have a set of queries I need to calculate the AVG. execution time and the AVG. IO.
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I just downloaded the project.

First of all, the project has incorectly named files. kheap.hpp and kheap.cpp should be called kHeap.hpp and kHeap.cpp

Also main is not returning int (it should).

Otherwise the compilation is completely straitforward, just run:
g++ Heap.cpp  kHeap.cpp  lrubuff.cpp  main.cpp  PQMxMxD.cpp  RjoinR.cpp  RjoinR0.cpp  RjoinR1.cpp  RjoinR2.cpp  Rstar.cpp -o main
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by:Trexgreen
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Let Me Be:

Thank you for the comment.. I had the kHeap fixed... but I was compiling the without the two other RjoinR files... :) I guess I'm tired...

Any way... thank you so much.. it worked...
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