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[Error] expected primary-expression before 'xor' token

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hi can anyone help me??

is this code i dont know if is right or not, i am new in c++

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  1. #include <iostream>
  2. using namespace std;
  3. template < Typename T>
  4. bool T xor(const T& a, const T& b)
  5.  { return !(a&&b)&&(a||b); }
  6. int main()
  7. { char a, b;
  8.  cout<<" enter ";
  9.  cin>>a, b;
  10.  cout<<xor(a,b);
  11.  return 0;
  12. }
[Error] 'Typename' has not been declred
[Error] expected initializer before 'xor' token
[Error] expected primary-expression before 'xor' token
Jan 29 '14 #1
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Your function returns a bool. What was the T for?

Usually a modifier between the return type and the function name is a call convention specifier like __cdecl or some such.

I suspect you intended to return bool (true/false) so just remove the T.
Jan 29 '14 #2

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Consider line 5, logical-not (!) has a higher precedence than logical-and (&&). It is too hard (and error prone) to try and remember the precedence of operators that aren't used often; so I like to use enough parentheses to remove all doubt.
Jan 29 '14 #3

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