Ion Ion - 5 days ago 5
C++ Question

Expected initializer before function name

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

using namespace std;

struct sotrudnik {
string name;
string speciality;
string razread;
int zarplata;
}

sotrudnik create(string n,string spec,string raz,int sal) {
sotrudnik temp;
temp.name=n;
temp.speciality=spec;
temp.razread=raz;
temp.zarplata=sal;
return temp;
}
*sotrudnik str_compare (string str1, string str2, sotrudnik sot1, sotrudnik sot2)


I try to learn C++. But when i try to compile this code with GCC-4.4.5 by using the options " g++ -Wall -c ", I get the following error:


g++ -Wall -c "lab2.cc" (in directory: /home/ion/Univer/Cpp)

lab2.cc:11: error: expected initializer before
create


lab2.cc:20: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before
str_compare


Compilation failed.


Both errors are tied to the function declarations. (round 11 is the declaration of function create, round 20 - of the function
str_compare
). Tried to google for these kinds of errors, but couldn't find examples of similar errors, as the error messages are very generic. How can I understand their meaning and how to solve them? Thank you very much for your attention.

Answer

You are missing a semicolon at the end of your 'struct' definition.

Also,

*sotrudnik

needs to be

sotrudnik*
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