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sheep19    494
my Animation class has these constructors:
// constructor
		Animation(Sint16 x = 0, Sint16 y = 0, uint reserve = 3);
		Animation(const Point &pos, uint reserve = 3);

// _pos is an object of type Point
// constructor #1
Animation::Animation(Sint16 x, Sint16 y, uint reserve)
: _pos(x, y), _current(0)
{
	_SprVec.reserve(reserve); // reserve space for sprites
}

// constructor #2
Animation::Animation(const Point &pos, uint reserve)
: _pos(pos), _current(0)
{
	_SprVec.reserve(reserve);
}
Animation anim(Point(10, 0), 10);
error C2374: 'anim' : redefinition; multiple initialization 1> .\main.cpp(175) : see declaration of 'anim' What's wrong?

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jyk    2094
Post your main.cpp file in its entirety, along with the header and source files for the Animation class.

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fastcall22    10840
Quote:
Original post by sheep19

Animation anim(Point(10, 0), 10);


error C2374: 'anim' : redefinition; multiple initialization
1> .\main.cpp(175) : see declaration of 'anim'



What's wrong?


My guess is you have tried to declare anim twice in the same scope. See C2374.

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sheep19    494
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Quote:
Original post by sheep19

Animation anim(Point(10, 0), 10);


error C2374: 'anim' : redefinition; multiple initialization
1> .\main.cpp(175) : see declaration of 'anim'



What's wrong?


My guess is you have tried to declare anim twice in the same scope. See C2374.


That was it, thanks a lot. I was using the same name in the same scope.

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