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Ive never used C++'s templates much but I was messing with them the other day and found this not to work:
template <class P>
stack<P> bleh;
Im curious to why it doesnt work, any ideas? Im sure its a simple problem, but im not familar with this aspect of C++. Thanks

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Well, what are you trying to do? Are you trying to create an instance of the standard stack type? If that's the case, then you don't need the template part:
std::stack< int > st; (a stack of ints)

Are you trying to create your own templated stack type? If so:
template< class T >
class stack {
// implement stack based on type T

In any case, you are going to have to tell us more about what you are trying to do.


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