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Hi

why this undefined symbol error?

myList.h 

 

class Ausfaelle {
public:
    int index, active, color, height;
    float drValue;
    std::string label;
    Ausfaelle(int index, int active, int color, float drValue, int height, std::string label);
};

extern bool compare (const Ausfaelle &ausfaelle1, const Ausfaelle &ausfaelle2);

 

 

second cpp:

Ausfaelle::Ausfaelle(int a, int b, int c, float d, int e, std::string f) {
    index = a;
    active = b;
    color = c;
    drValue = d;
    height = e;
    label = f;
}

bool compare (Ausfaelle &ausfaelle1, Ausfaelle &ausfaelle2)
{
  return ( ausfaelle1.color < ausfaelle2.color );
}

 

main.cpp:

#include "myList.h"

 

Ausfalllinie[30].sort(compare);

 

Many thanks

 

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extern bool compare (const Ausfaelle &ausfaelle1, const Ausfaelle &ausfaelle2);

bool compare (Ausfaelle &ausfaelle1, Ausfaelle &ausfaelle2)

 

One has const, the other doesn't so they are considered different functions.

 

As long as they have the same signature it should work ok.

 

bool compare (const Ausfaelle &ausfaelle1, const Ausfaelle &ausfaelle2)
{
  return ( ausfaelle1.color < ausfaelle2.color );
}
Edited by Nanoha

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