Re: typedef Syntax Error

red floyd <>
Fri, 31 Oct 2008 14:04:08 -0700 (PDT)
On Oct 31, 2:01 pm, (Mike Copeland) wrote:

   I'm getting a syntax error on the "typedef" code line here. Any
thoughts on why? TIA

struct CSTYPE
{ =

          // City/State Record

        string csKey; =

      // City/State "Key"

        string csCity; =

                  // City

        string csState; =

           // State Code};

typedef map<string, CSTYPE> CSINFO; // <=== error here
        extern CSINFO cityStInfo;
        extern map<string, CSTYPE>::iterator csIter;
        extern CSTYPE workCS;

1. did you #include <map> and <string>?
2. map and string live in the std:: namespace
3. Would you care to describe the specific error?

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