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I have read about the error on the internet, and it said it could be a name mismatch. But it's not i have checked, all the names are the same in the .h and .cpp file. So basically this is how it looks in the header(.h):
C++
template <class T> class GameArray {
private:
  T* array;
public:
  GameArray(); //The constructor
};

And the source (.cpp):
C++
template <class T>
GameArray<T>::GameArray() {}


What I have tried:

I have tried different types of making class work, and this is according to the internet the way to go about it.
Posted
Updated 18-Nov-21 11:57am

1 solution

Just define the method as you declare it in the header file, you do not need/can't have a .cpp file here.
C++
template <class T> class GameArray {
private:
  T* array;
public:
  GameArray() { } //The constructor
};
 
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