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Problem with getting a vector's size

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I have a vector that looks like this: vector bprint; And this line of code: cout << bprint.size; gives me this error: C:\VC++ Projects\ObjHandler\main.cpp(18) : warning C4761: integral size mismatch in argument; conversion supplied I have more code that uses .push_back a few times, but getting it''s size always returns a 1. Anyone know whats wrong?

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do .size();

though your problem seems like something else. Post a snippet of the actual code.

[edited by - nervo on March 27, 2004 11:05:16 PM]

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