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polem with vector class

polem with vector class

polem with vector class

In all other complers this seems to work but in BC++ it doesnt work. It says Undefined symbol vector. Dont know why...
#include <iostream.h>
#include <conio.h>
#include <vector.h>
void main()
 vector  <int> A(10);

Please let me know how I can use the vector class in Borland C++

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RE: polem with vector class


3 remarks. Maybe one would help?

1. I think that the STL was included in Borland C++ starting from release 5. Make sure of what BCW you are using and if it includes the STL.

2. By the way, if I remember correctly, STL lies in a "classlib" folder. Please make sure of that. In this case you should have "#include <classlib\vector.h>".

3. I have had sometimes some problems with vectors, that I solved (don't ask me why) by using some typedefs:
typedef vector<int> VectorInt;
VectorInt A(10);

Hope that helps,


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