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Use of undeclared identifier that is declared

 
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Hello Guys,
I am having some problems with the following piece of code



is giving me a compiler error "Use of Undeclared identifier "ParseName"
But it is declared in the parse.cpp as followed




What am I missing?

Thank you,
 
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Hi Pat

Looking at your parse.h file, parseName() is declared as a method of the Parse class. So I would expect to see it being used in something like:
where obj is a variable of class Parse. You are calling it as if it's a 'normal' function, not a method, and there isn't one called parseName.
 
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Thank you very much John, that was my problem. I had to take it outside of the class. I actually did not know that I could do that so this was learning experience. Thanks again
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