"UNDEFINED REFERENCE" SLIPPING THROUGH?

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Re: "UNDEFINED REFERENCE" SLIPPING THROUGH?

Postby paul doe » Nov 18, 2017 16:47

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Re: "UNDEFINED REFERENCE" SLIPPING THROUGH?

Postby Munair » Nov 18, 2017 17:23

This thread isn't about what I did. It's about how the compiler behaves. Please read from my first post:
"the problem is NOT the definition myB as B. It is the fact that type A has a constructor declare but without an actual constructor!"
FXM understood that message and explained to me the inner working of the compiler. That's all.
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Re: "UNDEFINED REFERENCE" SLIPPING THROUGH?

Postby paul doe » Nov 18, 2017 17:32

[removed all posts considered reduntant by the OP]
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Re: "UNDEFINED REFERENCE" SLIPPING THROUGH?

Postby Munair » Nov 18, 2017 19:47

paul doe wrote:I was trying to tell you that it isn't undesired compiler behavior
You didn't say that in any of your comments up until now. Two people already explained that in sufficient detail. Why repeating it.

As fxm noted correctly:
fxm wrote:Me, I had well understood that Munair had clearly identified the problem.
I only added information trying to explain this internal behavior of the compiler.
Thanks anyway Paul.
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Re: "UNDEFINED REFERENCE" SLIPPING THROUGH?

Postby paul doe » Nov 18, 2017 21:30

Munair wrote:You didn't say that in any of your comments up until now. Two people already explained that in sufficient detail. Why repeating it.

There. Removed all the reduntant posts. Consider changing the title to something like "Undefined reference slipping through?[SOLVED]" to close it and provide a reference for a future reader.

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