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Problem with Very Simple Vector Container C++

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Hello, need help please, here is some simple example Visual C++ code:

 

#include <vector>

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int i = 1;

std::vector<int> myvector;

myvector.push_back(i);

 

It seems no matter what I do the myvector right before the command push_back has a red squiggle!

 

I searched for vector in the C drive and there was no match.  There were some search results for Vector2, Vector3, Vector2_8hpp_source.  Perhaps I need to get a vector header file from somewhere?

 

Thank you,

Josheir

 

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Does your compiler know this is C++, or does it think it's C? (only thing I can think of)

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Well I'm using some classes, so it knows its C++.  I'm thinking because the file search didn't  turn up a file : vector.h that this could be the problem?

 

Thanks again,

josheir

 

This is my first try using containers.

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Stupid me, just started coding again I was in a global section instead of a function!

Sorry, everyone!

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Why would you look for `vector.h' if the file being included is simply `vector'?

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