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Re: what does this mean _M_insert_aux


From: Thomas Maeder
Subject: Re: what does this mean _M_insert_aux
Date: Mon, 08 May 2006 22:09:04 +0200
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"biz_boy" <address@hidden> writes:

> I am getting following error while compiling my C++ app on RedHat Linux
> AS 3 Update 7 64-bit OS.
>
> template-id `
>    _M_insert_aux<std::_Deque_iterator<Header_s*, Header_s* const&,
> Header_s*
>    const*> >' for `void std::deque<Header_s*, std::allocator<Header_s*>
>
>    >::_M_insert_aux(std::_Deque_iterator<Header_s*, Header_s*&,
> Header_s**>,
>    std::_Deque_iterator<Header_s*, Header_s* const&, Header_s* const*>,
>
>    std::_Deque_iterator<Header_s*, Header_s* const&, Header_s* const*>,
>
>    unsigned int)' does not match any template declaration
>
> I am unable to comprehend the issue overhere. Since I use very less
> templates in my programs but instead I am porting it.

My guess is that you are trying to insert an unsigned int into a deque
whose value_type is Header_s *.

If you want more than guesses, please post the minimal program that
causes the compiler to issue the quoted error message.


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