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// This is the Node.h file #ifndef NODE #define NODE template <typename T> class Node { private: T elem; Node *next; friend class LinkedList<T>; }; #endif // NODE This is the LinkedLilst.h file #ifndef LINKED_LIST #define LINKED_LIST #include "Node.h" template <typename T> class LinkedList { public: LinkedList(); ~LinkedList(); bool empty() const; const T &front() const; ..

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Reading C++ named requirements: Swappable I’ve come across the following note It is unspecified whether <utility> is actually included when the standard library functions perform the swap, so the user-provided swap() should not expect it to be included. Suppose I have a user-defined type class Foo with a user-provided swap(). I’d like to use a ..

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Hello i am trying to build my SFML project using CMake but when i try to use multiple source files, CMake doesn’t link the object files This is my CMakeLists.txt: cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.20) set(CXX_STANDARD 11) set(CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD_REQUIRED True) project(PolygonPoints) find_package(SFML 2.5.1 COMPONENTS graphics window system audio REQUIRED) file( GLOB SOURCES "src/*.hpp" "src/*.cpp" ) add_executable(PolygonPoints ${SOURCES}) target_link_libraries(PolygonPoints sfml-graphics ..

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What is the standard workflow to figure out which headers are needed to make the program compile? Take the following simple example #include <iostream> int main() { std::cout << CGAL::square(0.002) << ‘n’; return 0; } The function square is defined in Algebraic_foundations/include/CGAL/number_utils.h. Question 1: Why is it not enough to just #include <CGAL/number_utils.h>? I was ..

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