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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Jun 16, 2000

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Using #include

Question:
I use from stl in a .h file:
#include 
.......
typedef vector IntVector; // error!
But in the last line, the compiler returns the message: missing ';' before '<'. Why is that?

Answer:
That's because the vector's real name is std::vector (i.e., vector is declared in namespace std). To make it work, you have to use its fully qualified name:

typedef std::vector IntVector;
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