anonymous
  • anonymous
Question regarding C++ and ENUM and SWITCHCASE
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anonymous
  • anonymous
#include using namespace std; enum _codeenum{ ADD, DELETE, RESTOCK, DISPOSE, SALE, }; int main () { string input; enum _codeenum codeenum; cin>>input; codeenum=input; switch(codeenum){ case ADD:{ cout<<"0"<
anonymous
  • anonymous
why doesn't this work? i get an error on codeenum=input;
anonymous
  • anonymous
well after SALE you dont need a comma

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anonymous
  • anonymous
also, you might want a default case
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
codeenum is an enum, therefore a glorified int. Input, on the other hand, is a String. Strings cannot be converted to enums automatically, you're going to have to do a string of ifs to assign the enum properly based on what the user typed in.

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