Re: Problem with declaration of a member of type CList
In a book called "1001 Microsoft Visual C++ Programming Tips" there's a
declaration like this :
CList <CFontData, CFontData&> m_FontData;
I've tried to build the example (which manage a font-list in a toolbar)
containing this line and the compiler return me this double error :
error C2143: syntax error : missing ';' before '<'
CList' : missing storage-class or type specifiers
So, I do a right-clic on CList and run "Go To Definition of CList", and
it return me a dialog box saying : "The symbol 'CList' is undefined.
Do you have a idea about the reason why of this absence ? Does CList not
in the MFC's sources installed with Visual Studio 6.0 ?
I don't know what to do...
Perhaps you are missing
By the way, if you are just starting out with the MFC collection classes, I
would strongly recommend that you use the C++ library ones instead. The standard
library list class is std::list, and you need to do
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