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Re: programing error


From: Pascal Bourguignon
Subject: Re: programing error
Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 03:01:53 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Baloff <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello
>
> coding in C++, I have a linked list to store int, but when I store
> double it is not working and I tried to find out why but could not, 
>
> thanks for looking at this problem
>
> output************************************************************
> @debian:~/Exercies/ThinkingInC++/Vol1/4thCh/7$ ./proj1
> dblStash.fetch(0) = 0
> dblStash.fetch(1) = 1
> dblStash.fetch(2) = 2
> dblStash.fetch(3) = 3
> dblStash.fetch(4) = 4
> freeing storage
> @debian:~/Exercies/ThinkingInC++/Vol1/4thCh/7$ ./proj1
> dblStash.fetch(0) = 1.6976e-313
> dblStash.fetch(1) = 1.6976e-313
> dblStash.fetch(2) = 1.6976e-313
> dblStash.fetch(3) = 1.6976e-313
> dblStash.fetch(4) = 1.6976e-313
> freeing storage
> @debian:~/Exercies/ThinkingInC++/Vol1/4thCh/7$

You need to  put doubles into the list if you want to get doubles out of it!
This is the standard GIGO principle: garbage in, garbage out.


>       dblStash.add(&i);

Replace with:

        double d=(double)i;
        dblStash.add(&d);

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