N/APosted on - 09/11/2012
I am new in C programming and need help. I was trying to use a “map” design. It’s a lot like a dictionary throughout Python or Objective C, where the map design provides key/value pairs and CCStudio showed some errors as follows:
fatal error #5: could not open source file "map.h"
Here is a screenshot to the errors:
I think, I’m not referencing the package of map properly. Since I am a newbie, I am asking help from the experts.
Any assistance with this will be so helpful.
Error while trying to use a “map” design
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