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Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 01:18 AM

#include <iostream>
#include "Invoice.h"
using namespace std;



int main()

{

	CInvoice Order;


	Order.ProcessOrder();

	Order.ShowOrder();

}


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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 02:09 AM

Would you please post the exact error message as it appears in your development environment along with the line number it contains...
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 02:30 AM

View PostAKMafia001, on 30 December 2012 - 02:09 AM, said:

Would you please post the exact error message as it appears in your development environment along with the line number it contains...


Line 11 : error: 'CInvoice' was not declared in this scope
Line 11 : error: expected ';' before 'Order'
Line 14 : error: 'Order' was not declared in this scope

That the 3 error i get when i try to compile it
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 03:00 AM

Well! The problem seems to be with the include file #include "Invoice.h"... It might not be included properly...

Are you using an IDE for your project? Does your header file exists in the current directory or the project directory?

Please post the class definition code... Use the code tags
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 03:01 AM

Edit: Double post...

This post has been edited by AKMafia001: 30 December 2012 - 03:02 AM

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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 05:36 AM

COde for car.cpp
// Car.cpp: implementation of the Car class.



#include <iostream>

#include <cstring>
#include<conio.h>
#include<stdio.h>
#include <cstdlib>

using namespace std;



#include "Car.h"



//--------------------------------------------------------------------

Car::Car()

{

	setMakeModel("No Car Selected");

	setCarYear(2000);

	setCategory(1);

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

Car::Car(char *MM, int Y, int Cat)

{

	setMakeModel(MM);

	setCarYear(Y);

	setCategory(Cat);

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

Car::~Car()

{

//	delete [] MakeModel;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Car::setMakeModel(const char *m)

{

	MakeModel = new char[strlen(m) + 1];

	strcpy(MakeModel, m);

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

char* Car::getMakeModel() const

{

	return MakeModel;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Car::setCarYear(const int y)

{

	CarYear = y;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

int Car::getCarYear() const

{

	return CarYear;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Car::setCategory(const int c)

{

	Category = c;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

int Car::getCategory() const

{

	return Category;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------



code for car.h
#if !defined CAR_H

#define CAR_H



enum TCarType { ctEconomy = 1, ctCompact, ctStandard, ctFullSize, ctMiniVan, ctSUV };



class Car

{

public:

			 Car();

			 Car(char *MM, int Y, int Cat);

	virtual ~Car();

	void     setMakeModel(const char *mm);

	char*    getMakeModel() const;

	void     setCarYear(const int y);

	int      getCarYear() const;

	void     setCategory(const int c);

	int      getCategory() const;



private:

	char*	 MakeModel;

	int		 CarYear;

	int		 Category;

};



#endif // CAR_H



code for customer.cpp
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

#include <iostream>
#include<conio.h>
#include<stdio.h>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <cstring>
using namespace std;

#pragma hdrstop



#include "Customer.h"



//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

char *Customer::FullName() const

{

    char *FName = new char[40];

    strcpy(FName, FirstName);

    strcat(FName, " ");

    strcat(FName, LastName);



    return FName;

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Customer::Customer()

    : ZIPCode(0)

{

    FirstName = new char[20];

    strcpy(FirstName, "John");

    LastName  = new char[20];

    strcpy(LastName, "Doe");

    Address   = new char[40];

    strcpy(Address, "123 Main Street Apt A");

    City      = new char[32];

    strcpy(City, "Great City");

    State     = new char[30];

    strcpy(State, "Our State");

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Customer::Customer(char * FName, char * LName)

    : ZIPCode(0)

{

    FirstName = new char[strlen(FName) + 1];

    strcpy(FirstName, FName);

    LastName  = new char[strlen(LName) + 1];

    strcpy(LastName, LName);

    Address   = new char[40];

    strcpy(Address, "123 Main Street Apt A");

    City      = new char[32];

    strcpy(City, "Great City");

    State     = new char[30];

    strcpy(State, "Our State");

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Customer::Customer(char *FName, char *LName, char *Adr,

                       char *Ct, char *St, long  ZIP)

    : ZIPCode(ZIP)

{

    FirstName = new char[strlen(FName) + 1];

    strcpy(FirstName, FName);

    LastName  = new char[strlen(LName) + 1];

    strcpy(LastName, LName);

    Address   = new char[40];

    strcpy(Address, Adr);

    City      = new char[32];

    strcpy(City, Ct);

    State     = new char[30];

    strcpy(State, St);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Customer::Customer(const Customer &Pers)

    : ZIPCode(Pers.ZIPCode)

{

    FirstName = new char[strlen(Pers.FirstName) + 1];

    strcpy(FirstName, Pers.FirstName);

    LastName  = new char[strlen(Pers.LastName) + 1];

    strcpy(LastName, Pers.LastName);

    Address   = new char[strlen(Pers.Address) + 1];

    strcpy(Address, Pers.Address);

    City      = new char[strlen(Pers.City) + 1];

    strcpy(City, Pers.City);

    State     = new char[strlen(Pers.State) + 1];

    strcpy(State, Pers.State);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

void Customer::setFirstName(const char *FN)

{

    strcpy(FirstName, FN);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

void Customer::setLastName(const char *LN)

{

    strcpy(LastName, LN);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

void Customer::setAddress(const char *Adr)

{

    strcpy(Address, Adr);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

void Customer::setCity(const char *CT)

{

    strcpy(City, CT);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

void Customer::setState(const char *St)

{

    strcpy(State, St);

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

void Customer::setZIPCode(const long ZIP)

{

    ZIPCode = ZIP;

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Customer::~Customer()

{

    delete [] FirstName;

    delete [] LastName;

    delete [] Address;

    delete [] City;

    delete [] State;

}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------------



code for customer.h
#if !defined CUSTOMER_H

#define CUSTOMER_H



class Customer

{

private:

    char* FirstName;

    char* LastName;

    char* Address;

    char* City;

    char* State;

    long  ZIPCode;



public:

    void  setFirstName(const char *FN);

    char* getFirstName() const { return FirstName; }

    void  setLastName(const char *LN);

    char* getLastName() const { return LastName; }

    char* FullName() const;

    void  setAddress(const char *Adr);

    char* getAddress() const { return Address; }

    void  setCity(const char *CT);

    char* getCity() const { return City; }

    void  setState(const char *St);

    char* getState() const { return State; }

    void  setZIPCode(const long ZIP);

    long  getZIPCode() const { return ZIPCode; }

    Customer();

    Customer(char *FName, char *LName, char *Adr,

             char *Ct, char *St, long  ZIP);

    Customer(const Customer &Pers);

    Customer(char * FName, char * LName);

    ~Customer();

};



#endif	// CUSTOMER_H



code for invoice.cpp
// Invoice.cpp: implementation of the Invoice class.

//

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

#include <iostream>

#include <iomanip>

#include <cstring>
#include <cstdlib>

using namespace std;



#include "Invoice.h"



//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// Construction/Destruction

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////



Invoice::Invoice()

{

	setTankLevel("Empty");

	setCarCondition("Good");

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

Invoice::~Invoice()

{

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

Customer Invoice::CustomerRegistration()

{

    char FName[20], LName[20], Addr[40], CT[32], St[30];

    long ZC = 0;



    cout << "Enter Customer Information\n";

    cout << "First Name: "; cin >> FName;

    cout << "Last Name:  "; cin >> LName;

    cout << "Address:    "; cin >> ws;

    cin.getline(Addr, 40);

    cout << "City:       ";

    cin.getline(CT, 32);

    cout << "State:      ";

    cin.getline(St, 30);

    cout << "Zip Code:   "; cin >> ZC;



	Customer Cust(FName, LName, Addr, CT, St, ZC);

	return Cust;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

Car Invoice::CarSelection()

{

	int CarType, ModelChosen;

	char strCarSelected[20];

	int CarSelectedYear = 2000;



	cout << "What type of car would you like to rent?";

	do {

		cout << "\n1 - Economy   | 2 - Compact  | 3 - Standard"

			 << "\n4 - Full Size | 5 - Mini Van | 6 - Sports Utility";

		cout << "\nYour Choice: ";

		cin >> CarType;

		if( CarType < 1 || CarType > 6 )

			cout << "\nPlease type a number between 1 and 6";

	} while(CarType < 1 || CarType > 6);



	switch(CarType)

	{

	case ctEconomy:

		cout << "\nFor the Economy type, we have:"

			 << "\n1 - Daewoo Lanos | 2 - Cheverolet Metro";

		cout << "\nWhich one would you prefer? ";

		cin >> ModelChosen;



		if(ModelChosen == 1)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Daewoo Lanos");

			CarSelectedYear = 1999;

		}

		else

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Chevrolet Metro");

			CarSelectedYear = 1998;

		}

		break;



	case ctCompact:

		cout << "\nFor the Compact type, we have:"

			 << "\n1 - Chevrolet Cavalier | 2 - Dogde Neon"

			 << "\n3 - Nissan Sentra      | 4 - Toyota Corolla";

		cout << "\nWhich one would you prefer? ";

		cin >> ModelChosen;



		if(ModelChosen == 1)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Chevrolet Cavalier");

			CarSelectedYear = 1999;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 2)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Dodge Neon");

			CarSelectedYear = 2001;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 3)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Nissan Sentra");

			CarSelectedYear = 1998;

		}

		else

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Toyota Corrolla");

			CarSelectedYear = 2002;

		}

		break;



	case ctStandard:

		cout << "\nFor the Standard type, we have:"

			 << "\n1 - Chevrolet Monte Carlo | 2 - Toyota Camri";

		cout << "\nWhich one would you prefer? ";

		cin >> ModelChosen;



		if(ModelChosen == 1)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Chevrolet Monte Carlo");

			CarSelectedYear = 2000;

		}

		else

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Toyota Camri");

			CarSelectedYear = 1998;

		}

		break;



	case ctFullSize:

		cout << "\nFor the Full Size type, we have:"

			 << "\n1 - Chrysler 300M | 2 - Buick Century | 3 - Infinity I30";

		cout << "\nWhich one would you prefer? ";

		cin >> ModelChosen;



		if(ModelChosen == 1)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Chrysler 300M");

			CarSelectedYear = 2000;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 2)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Buick Century");

			CarSelectedYear = 1999;

		}

		else

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Infinity I30");

			CarSelectedYear = 2003;

		}

		break;



	case ctMiniVan:

		cout << "\nFor the Mini-Van type, we have:"

			 << "\n1 - Dodge Caravan   | 2 - Dodge Caravan"

			 << "\n3 - Pontiac Montana | 4 - Pontiac Montana | 5 - Chevrolet Astro Van";

		cout << "\nWhich one would you prefer? ";

		cin >> ModelChosen;



		if(ModelChosen == 1)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Dodge Caravan");

			CarSelectedYear = 2001;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 2)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Dodge Caravan");

			CarSelectedYear = 2003;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 3)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Pontiac Montana");

			CarSelectedYear = 2003;

		}

		else

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Chevrolet Astro Van");

			CarSelectedYear = 2000;

		}

		break;



	case ctSUV:

		cout << "\nFor the Sport Utility type, we have:"

			 << "\n1 - GMC Jimmy        | 2 - Jeep Cherokee"

			 << "\n3 - Chevrolet Blazer | 4 - Toyota Pathfinder";

		cout << "\nWhich one would you prefer? ";

		cin >> ModelChosen;



		if(ModelChosen == 1)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "GMC Jimmy");

			CarSelectedYear = 1998;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 2)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Jeep Cherokee");

			CarSelectedYear = 2003;

		}

		else if(ModelChosen == 3)

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Chevrolet Blazer");

			CarSelectedYear = 2001;

		}

		else

		{

			strcpy(strCarSelected, "Toyota Pathfinder");

			CarSelectedYear = 2000;

		}

		break;

	}



	Car Selected(strCarSelected, CarSelectedYear, CarType);

	return Selected;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::setMileage(const long g)

{

	Mileage = g;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

long Invoice::getMileage() const

{

	return Mileage;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::setTankLevel(const char *v)

{

	TankLevel = new char[strlen(v) + 1];

	strcpy(TankLevel, v);

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

char* Invoice::getTankLevel() const

{

	return TankLevel;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::setCarCondition(const char *c)

{

	CarCondition = new char[strlen(c) + 1];

	strcpy(CarCondition, c);

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

char* Invoice::getCarCondition() const

{

	return CarCondition;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::ProcessOrder()

{

	int NbrOfDays;;

	double Rate, TotalPrice;

	// Enter Customer Information

	Customer Person = CustomerRegistration();

	cout << "\nProcess Car Information\n";

	Car	Driving = CarSelection();



	TotalPrice = CalculatePrice(Driving, Rate, NbrOfDays);

	CarExamination();



	// This function works for both Borland C++ Builder and MSVC

	system("cls");



	cout << " - Bethesda Car Rental -";

	cout << "\n=============================";

	CustomerInformation(Person);

	cout << "\n------------------------------";

	CarSelected(Driving);

	cout << setiosflags(ios::fixed) << setprecision(2);

	cout << "\n------------------------------";

	cout << "\nCar Mileage: " << getMileage();

	cout << "\nCondition:   " << getCarCondition();

	cout << "\nTank Level:  " << getTankLevel();

	cout << "\n# of Days:   " << NbrOfDays;

	cout << "\n------------------------------";

	cout << "\nRate:        $" << Rate;

	cout << "\nTotal Price: $" << TotalPrice;

	cout << "\n==============================\n";

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::CustomerInformation(const Customer& Pers)

{

    cout << "\nEmployee Identification";

    cout << "\nFull Name:    " << Pers.FullName();

    cout << "\nAddress:      " << Pers.getAddress();

    cout << "\nCity:         " << Pers.getCity() << ", "

         << Pers.getState() << " " << Pers.getZIPCode();

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::CarSelected(const Car& Vehicle)

{

	cout << "\nModel:       " << Vehicle.getMakeModel();

	cout << "\nYear:        " << Vehicle.getCarYear();

}



//--------------------------------------------------------------------

double Invoice::CalculatePrice(const Car& Vehicle, double& DayRate,

							   int &NumberOfDays)

{

//	char	WeekEndResponse;// Does the customer rent the car for the week-end?

	double	OneDayRate, // If renting for less than 5 days including week-end

			WeekDay,	// If renting for at least 5 days, regardless of the days

			WeekEnd = 0;// If renting for more than two days from Friday to monday

	//double	DayRate;	// Rate applied based on the number of days

	double	TotalRate;



	switch(Vehicle.getCategory())

	{

	case ctEconomy:

		DayRate		= 24.95;

		OneDayRate	= 29.95;

		WeekDay		= 24.95;

		WeekEnd		= 19.95;

		break;



	case ctCompact:

		DayRate		= 34.95;

		OneDayRate	= 39.95;

		WeekDay		= 34.95;

		WeekEnd		= 25.95;

		break;



	case ctStandard:

		DayRate		= 38.95;

		OneDayRate	= 49.95;

		WeekDay		= 38.95;

		WeekEnd		= 32.95;

		break;



	case ctFullSize:

		DayRate		= 44.95;

		OneDayRate	= 69.95;

		WeekDay		= 44.95;

		WeekEnd		= 35.95;

		break;



	case ctMiniVan:

		DayRate		= 54.95;

		OneDayRate	= 89.95;

		WeekDay		= 54.95;

		WeekEnd		= 42.95;

		break;



	case ctSUV:

		DayRate		= 64.95;

		OneDayRate	= 89.95;

		WeekDay		= 64.95;

		WeekEnd		= 50.95;

		break;

	}



	cout << "\nHow many days? "; cin >>	NumberOfDays;

	TotalRate = DayRate * NumberOfDays;

	return TotalRate;

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------

void Invoice::CarExamination()

{

	char Cond;

	int GasLevel;



	cout << "Rate the car's condition (e=Excellent/g=Good/d=Driveable): ";

	cin >> Cond;

	if( Cond == 'e' || Cond == 'E' )

		strcpy(CarCondition, "Excellent");

	else if( Cond == 'g' || Cond == 'G' )

		strcpy(CarCondition, "Good");

	else if( Cond == 'd' || Cond == 'D' )

		strcpy(CarCondition, "Driveable");

	else

		strcpy(CarCondition, "Can't Decide");



	cout << "Enter the car mileage: ";

	cin >> Mileage;



	do {

		cout << "Gas level in the tank"

			 << "\n1 - Considered Empty"

			 << "\n2 - 1/4 Full"

			 << "\n3 - Half Full"

			 << "\n4 - 3/4 Full"

			 << "\n5 - Full Tank";

		cout << "\nEnter the gas level: ";

		cin >> GasLevel;

	}while(GasLevel < 1 || GasLevel > 5);



	switch(GasLevel)

	{

	case 1:

		setTankLevel("Empty");

		break;

	case 2:

		setTankLevel("1/4 Full");

		break;

	case 3:

		setTankLevel("Half Full");

		break;

	case 4:

		setTankLevel("3/4 Full");

		break;

	case 5:

		setTankLevel("Full Tank");

		break;

	}

}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------



code for invoice.h
#if !defined INVOICE_H

#define INVOICE_H



#include "Customer.h"

#include "Car.h"

#include "RentDate.h"



class Invoice

{

public:

	Invoice();

	virtual ~Invoice();

	Customer CustomerRegistration();

	void	 CustomerInformation(const Customer& Pers);

	Car		 CarSelection();

	void	 CarSelected(const Car& Vehicle);

	double   CalculatePrice(const Car& Vehicle, double& Rate, int &Days);

	void	 setMileage(const long g);

	long	 getMileage() const;

	void	 setTankLevel(const char *v);

	char*	 getTankLevel() const;

	void     setCarCondition(const char *c);

	char*    getCarCondition() const;



	void ProcessOrder();

	void CarExamination();

	void ShowOrder();



private:

	long  Mileage;

	char *TankLevel;

	char *CarCondition;

};



#endif	// INVOICE_H



code for rentdate.cpp
// RentDate.cpp: implementation of the CRentDate class.

//

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

#include <iostream>

#include "RentDate.h"



//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// Construction/Destruction

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////



CRentDate::CRentDate()

	: Month(1), Day(1), Year(1990)

{



}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------

CRentDate::CRentDate(int m, int d, int y)

	: Month(m), Day(d), Year(y)

{



}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------

CRentDate::CRentDate(const CRentDate& d)

{

	Month	= d.Month;
	Day	= d.Day;
	Year	= d.Year;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
CRentDate::~CRentDate()
{

}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
void CRentDate::setDate(int m, int d, int y)
{
	Month = m;
	Day   = d;
	Year  = y;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
int CRentDate::getMonth()
{
	return Month;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
int CRentDate::getDay()
{
	return Day;
}
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
int CRentDate::getYear()
{
	return Year;
}

//---------------------------------------------------------------------



code for rentdate.h
class CRentDate

{

public:

	CRentDate();

	CRentDate(int m, int d, int y);

	CRentDate(const CRentDate& d);

	void setDate(int m, int d, int y);

	int getMonth();

	int getDay();

	int getYear();

	virtual ~CRentDate();

private:

	int Month;

	int Day;

	int Year;

};



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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

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So...uh...where is this class you're trying to use called CInvoice?
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

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So...uh...where is this class you're trying to use called CInvoice?


Its in the invoice.h source code. Class Invoice.
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

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So...uh...where is this class you're trying to use called CInvoice?

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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

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View PostJackOfAllTrades, on 30 December 2012 - 01:46 PM, said:

So...uh...where is this class you're trying to use called CInvoice?


Hurm.. so where do i add the Invoice declaration? can you help me please.
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 07:28 AM

So, is it safe to say you copied this code from somewhere?
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 07:35 AM

Yup.
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 08:26 AM

Ok, I have already overcome that problem. And now im having problem saying that

"undefined reference to Invoice::Invoice();"

Please help me. Im not very good in programming, I'm trying to learn.
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Re: Error: 'CInvoice' was not declare in this scope

Posted 30 December 2012 - 08:33 AM

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Please help me. Im not very good in programming, I'm trying to learn.

Then I suggest you write your own program from the beginning. Copying code from someone else will not help you learn. You learn programming by programming, not by copying.

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