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error c2664: I am having problem with my code

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Hi, I am having trouble with my code.

Could you please tell me why it doesn't compile?

Thanks a lot.
#include<iostream>
#include<iomanip>

using namespace std;
const int N=6;

void ReadData(int x[]);
void Display (int x[]);
float FindAve(int x[]);
void DisplayAbove(int x[], float);
void FindMaxMin(int x[], int& max, int& min);

int main(){
	int a[N];
	//read data into array a
		ReadData(a);
	//Display array a
		Display(a);
	//find and display the average of numbers of array a
		float Average=FindAve(a);
		cout<<"Average= "<<fixed<<setprecision(2)<<Average<<endl;
	//Display data numbers whose value is >= average
		DisplayAbove(a,Average);
	//find and display the maximum and minimum numbers in array a
		int man, min;
		FindMaxMin(a,max,min);
		cout<<"The maximum data is "<<max<<endl;
		cout<<"The minimum data is "<<min<<endl;
	//terminate program
		return 0;
}
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//Name:ReadData
//Input:numbers entered by the user
//Output:numbers stored in the array a
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
void ReadData(int x[])
{cout<<"Enter 6 integer numbers: ";
for( int i=0; i<N; ++i)
	cin>>x[i];
}
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//Name:Display
//Input:array a
//Output:display the content of the array
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
void Display(int x[])
{cout<<"This is the content of the array a: ";
for(int i =0;i<N;++i)
cout<<x[i]<<' ';
cout<<endl;
}
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//Name:FindAve
//Input:the array numbers
//Output:their average
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
float FindAve(int x[])
{float sum=0.0;
for(int i=0;i<N;++i)
sum+=x[i];
return sum/N;
}
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//Name:DisplayAbove
//Input:array a and the average of the array
//Output:the numbers from the array which are above the average of the array
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
void DisplayAbove(int x[],float a)
{cout<<"This is the list of data whose values are above the average: ";
	for(int i=0;i<N;++i)
	{if (x[i]> a) cout<<x[i]<<' ';}
	cout<<endl;
}
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//Name:FindMaxMin
//Input:array a
//Output:the max and min number from the array
//--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
void FindMaxMin(int x[],int& max, int& min)
{max=min=x[0];
for(int i=1;i<N;++i)
	{if(x[i]>max) max=x[i];
	if(x[i]<min) min=x[i];
	}
}

/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Input: enter 22 33 44 11 88 77
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

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At first glance, on line 25 you have defined a variable called man (instead of max)
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by:pgmerLA
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Thanks a lot. I had been staring at the code for too long.
It works now.
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