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Why do I get warnings for remove fpermissive?

Why do I get warnings for remove fpermissive?

That’s why it’s whining (mostly harmlessly) that you “should” specify which function exactly you mean (as required by the C++ standard). This blows up my code at thousands of lines very much and I dont like it. To avaid this error for memberfunctions I can integrate a compiler switch -fpermissive but I get the warnings for it.

Can you avoid errors with the fpermissive flag?

With the -fpermissive flag I can avoid the errors for memberfunctions (not for member varianbles :- ( ) but I get warnings for it. Now I am looking for a way to supress these warings. I found but this never works. Has someone a solution for it ? Out of curiosity, what’s the use of k ? Also, what exact error message are you getting ?

How to ignore the-fpermissive warning in GCC?

“ignored” is how you squelch a diagnostic entirely, and the inverse of -fpermissive is -pedantic, for historical reasons. Thanks for contributing an answer to Stack Overflow!

How to use the fpermissive flag in C + +?

#include <iostream> using namespace std; //Function name: getRaiseAndAdd //Purpose: Calculate each digit cubed and the sum of the results. //We are sending in the current number from the loop starting at 100 and //counting one by one to 999.

That’s why it’s whining (mostly harmlessly) that you “should” specify which function exactly you mean (as required by the C++ standard). This blows up my code at thousands of lines very much and I dont like it. To avaid this error for memberfunctions I can integrate a compiler switch -fpermissive but I get the warnings for it.

With the -fpermissive flag I can avoid the errors for memberfunctions (not for member varianbles :- ( ) but I get warnings for it. Now I am looking for a way to supress these warings. I found but this never works. Has someone a solution for it ? Out of curiosity, what’s the use of k ? Also, what exact error message are you getting ?

How to mute the-fpermissive warning in GCC?

So far, I set the -fpermissive option with a diagnostic pragma when including the file; something like: Since gcc usually provide both a “positive” and “negative” version of the -f flags, I thought about ignoring the “no-permissive” feature:

#include using namespace std; //Function name: getRaiseAndAdd //Purpose: Calculate each digit cubed and the sum of the results. //We are sending in the current number from the loop starting at 100 and //counting one by one to 999.