user3652172 - 1 year ago 111

C++ Question

I'm trying to compile simple operators overload program and I'm getting this error (didn't understand yet how to deal with it).

main.cpp (without anything, just for compile)

`#include "Rational.h"`

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

void main()

{

}

Rational.h -

`#ifndef __RATIONAL_H`

#define __RATIONAL_H

class Rational

{

private:

int numerator;

int denominator;

public:

Rational(int numerator,int denominator);

void setNumerator(int newNumerator);

int getNumerator() const;

void setDenominator(int newdenominator);

int getDenominator() const;

//Rational operator+(Rational& other);

void print() const;

}

#endif

Rational.cpp:

`#include "Rational.h"`

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

Rational::Rational(int newNumerator, int newDenominator){

this->setNumerator(newNumerator);

this->setDenominator(newDenominator);

}

void Rational::setNumerator(int newNumerator){

this->numerator = newNumerator;

}

int Rational::getNumerator() const{

return this->numerator;

}

void Rational::setDenominator(int newDenominator){

if (newDenominator != 0){

this->denominator = newDenominator;

}

}

int Rational::getDenominator() const {

return this->denominator;

}

/*

Rational Rational::operator+(Rational& other) {

if (denominator == other.denominator){

return Rational(numerator + other.numerator, denominator);

}

else

{

return Rational(numerator*other.denominator + other.numerator*denominator, denominator*other.denominator);

}

}

*/

void Rational::print() const{

cout << "Num: " << this->denominator << "\"" << this->numerator << endl;

}

and here are the error from the build and the relevant part from sal.h

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Answer Source

You forgot a semicolon after your class declaration in the .h file.

```
#ifndef __RATIONAL_H
#define __RATIONAL_H
class Rational
{
private:
int numerator;
int denominator;
public:
Rational(int numerator, int denominator);
void setNumerator(int newNumerator);
int getNumerator() const;
void setDenominator(int newdenominator);
int getDenominator() const;
//Rational operator+(Rational& other);
void print() const;
}; <------ semicolon here you forgot
#endif
```

I do it all the time, I can never tell when it needs to have a colon and when it doesn't. And the error messages make no sense when it happens. Class declarations need it, functions, umm, and I can't think what else don't.

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