I have a function called:
void initializeJSP(string Experiment)
And in my MyJSP.h file I have:
2: void initializeJSP(string Experiment);
And when I compile I get this error:
MyJSP.h:2 error: variable or field initializeJSP declared void
Where is the problem?
It for example happens in this case here:
void initializeJSP(unknownType Experiment);
std::string instead of just
string (and include the
<string> header). C++ Standard library classes are within the namespace
This is not actually a problem with the function being "void", but a problem with the function parameters. I think it's just g++ giving an unhelpful error message.