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Old June 20th, 2005, 12:36 PM
klep klep is offline
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Hi there,

A few possiblities:

* The error has employee as lower-case. Employee is a class, so in the book we capitalized it (Employee). Is it capitalized in all locations in your code?

* Did you download the code from this site to avoid a transcription error? You can get the sample code from the book at

* Are you sure that you created a C++ project and not a C# or C project? This seems kind of unlikely, but it's worth checking out.

* Are you sure that all of the relevant source files are included with the project?

Please let us know if that helped or if you have resolved the problem some other way.

Scott J. Kleper

Scott J. Kleper
Author, "Professional C++"
(Wrox, 2005)