Problem with std::tr1::hash

Tue, 17 Jun 2014 09:28:01 -0700 (PDT)

#include <tr1/unordered_map>

class sample {

  sample(int number) : _number(number) {}

  bool operator<(const sample& rhs) const { return _number < rhs._number; }
  bool operator==(const sample& rhs) const { return _number == rhs.=
_number; }
  size_t hash() const { return _number; }
  // Prevent object copy
  sample(const sample&);
  sample& operator=(const sample&);

  int _number;

int main()
  std::tr1::unordered_map<sample&, sample&> s2s;

  sample s1(10);
  sample s2(10);

  s2s.insert(std::pair<sample&, sample&>(s1, s2));
  return 0;

Compile error:

/tmp/ccqXe5A7.o: In function `std::tr1::__detail::_Hash_code_base<sample&, =
std::pair<sample&, sample&>, std::_Select1st<std::pair<sample&, sample&> >,=
 std::equal_to<sample&>, std::tr1::hash<sample&>, std::tr1::__detail::_Mod_=
range_hashing, std::tr1::__detail::_Default_ranged_hash, false>::_M_hash_co=
de(sample&) const':
ail::_Hash_code_base<sample&, std::pair<sample&, sample&>, std::_Select1st<=
std::pair<sample&, sample&> >, std::equal_to<sample&>, std::tr1::hash<sampl=
e&>, std::tr1::__detail::_Mod_range_hashing, std::tr1::__detail::_Default_r=
anged_hash, false>::_M_hash_code(sample&) const]+0x23): undefined reference=
 to `std::tr1::hash<sample&>::operator()(sample&) const'

Could anyone please tell me how the operator() of std::tr1::hash is defined=
? Or why am I getting this error?

I remember using a version of hash (which comes with hash_set/hash_map) tha=
t calls hash() function of argument.


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