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Friday, December 3rd 2004, 3:47pm

how to include the right <vector> header ?

Hi:
I'm implementing a new class with Qt. In that class I need the STL vector. But if I include like this:
#include <vector>
I get the following errors:
vmewincfg.h:31: `vector' was not declared in this scope
vmewincfg.h:31: parse error before `>' token
line 31: void xpto1(vector<int>&);

I know that if I include<vector.h> it will wor but I will get a warning about deprecated header. I also know that I can disable this warning with Wno-deprecated.
My question is how to to do it in a clean way (using <vector>)?

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Luis Pereira
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Friday, December 3rd 2004, 4:44pm

RE: how to include the right <vector> header ?

All STL classes are defined inside the "std" namespace. Try using std::vector<Something> or put:

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using namespace std;
in the beginning of your .cpp file (in header files you should use std:: prefix, to avoid identifier collisions).