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Re: "error: there are no arguments to..." in my code
ok, I will try. but how about "-fpermissive"? How ca I use it?
corey taylor wrote:
> On Nov 17, 2007 4:30 AM, mahmoodn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> template <class Gt, class Tds >
>> typename Triangulation_2<Gt, Tds>::Finite_edges_iterator
>> Triangulation_2<Gt, Tds>::
>> finite_edges_begin() const
> It looks like finite_edges_begin() returns a different type here than
> Sdg_2::Finite_edges_iterator eit.
> Does Segment_Delaunay_graph_hierarchy_2 derive from Triangulation_2?
> If it is based on Triangulation_2 and if you read the link I sent,
> you'll see that the call to finite_edges_begin() is probably
> non-dependent and so needs to have
> YourBaseClass<YuorTemplateTypenames>:: or this-> in front of it.
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