I somewhat figured this would happen eventually. Because I am entirely self-taught in terms of programming, I have often missed key strategies with using different languages. C++ is no exception. I have been coding away for days now and things have been going smooth, but yesterday I hit upon an error message that I just couldn’t figure out. (it was an LNK2019 Message). I scoured my code to try to find any issues, and was unable to do so. Commenting out code didn’t seem to help, and my big problem at this point is organization. I could really use some help here from a fairly experienced programmer. My code is throwing a lot of circular dependency errors, and I understand that this is due to “circular” includes, but honestly I haven’t been able to resolve the issue using Forward Class Declarations. I could really use help reorganizing my code in a way that makes sense given its intended function, however, I am having a hard time finding resources that make sense to me (as there are some terms that I am not as familiar with as a seasoned programmer. Would anyone be willing to discuss this and look at my code via email or skype? I don’t really want to post it to the forums due to size and extent. I am fairly sure that for someone with more C++ experience this is likely not a serious problem, but I’m lost… and somewhat in need of emergency help, as I can no longer understand the compiler errors that I’m getting.
I’d appreciate any help I can get on this.