Re: STL Map iterator compilation error
Rakesh Kumar wrote:
I am encountering the following issue with STL map iterator - wrapped
within a template. ( I am wrapping it withing a template since I want
to hide the map implementation from the user . At a later point - this
could be a custom hashmap (as opposed to rb-tree map that stl
template<typename K, typename V> class TestMap
void insert(const std::pair<K, V> & ap)
typename std::map<K,V>::iterator it = data.begin();
std::map<K,V>::iterator is a dependent name, the compiler needs some
help to know it's a type.
std::map<K, V>::iterator it = data.begin();
//compiler errors here - error: expected
`;' before "it"
for (; it != data.end(); ++it)
std::cout << it->first << " --> " << it->second << "\n";
std::map<K, V> data;
TestMap<std::string, int> data;
data.insert(std::pair<string, int >("Hello", 1));
data.insert(std::pair<string, int >("World", 1));
The compiler errors out with the following message.
test.cxx:17: error: expected `;' before "it"
Any idea if I am missing anything here.
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