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I want to return a function of vector<Competition> but is told that Competition is undeclared and that I am using undefined class 'std::vect
by Dahak in Programming Languages

I am trying to build a vector using a function that I am calling vector CompPop() because I want to return the vector info which is a type vector below is my code for the function returning the vector and the header for my Competition class.

I'm getting the following errors but I'm using Visual Studio and the error message are very basic, leaving me guessing as to what I am actuall

Similarities Between Monopolistic Competition Vs. Perfect Competition
by ArdentRogue in Business
Several types of competition exist in the realm of market structures. Monopolistic competition and perfect competition are two of the common types. These two market types are very different, but offer several commonalities. Monopolistic CompetitionIn monopolistic competition, several or many sellers produce products that are similar, although slightly different, and each producer determines its

personal messaging service design a side service for a competition website where users can come ice for competition contestants?
by Techhog in Web Design

i need to develop a personal messaging service for contestants of a racing competition . I need a cms(preferably free) which can do this.

The requirements are pretty basic .

1)when teams log in g hey can see inbox where they can see messages sent from administrators.
and reply to them or send new ones to administrators

2)they cant send messages to other

Interspecific Competition vs. Intraspecific Competition
by BofRA in Hobbies, Games & Toys
All organisms need nutrients, energy and space to grow, and organisms that belong to sexually reproducing species want to mate. Often the resources these organisms need are in short supply; a given ecosystem may only have so many nutrients and so much space, for example. Scarcity leads to competition not only between species, but within species as well. PrefixesThe prefix intra- means within, w

How to Win a Karaoke Competition
by Yannis Roussochatzakis in Parties & Entertaining
Karaoke contests can be fun. You get a chance to show off your singing ability and stage skills while performing in front of a group of people. Often, singing contests come with a cash prize, anywhere from $100 to $1000. It's worth it to make the effort to win. This article will show you how to win a karaoke competition.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Karaoke cd

How to Run a Competition on a Blog
by Brent Robinett in Internet
Running some type of competition on your blog can be a good way to reward current readers and attract new ones. It is important to think about the pros and cons of having a competition on your Website. It is also important to consider what type of competition you want and to plan it out carefully. Below are some tips on running a successful competition on your blog.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstru
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How to Use KPI to Foster Competition
by tamizhvendan in Business
KPIs, or key performance indicators, are commonly used to measure efficiency within organizations. This is especially the case with manufacturing companies. KPIs provide a way for managers and employees to measure process performance and therefore process improvements. These can also help motivate a friendly competition among employees and staff.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Determine

How to win a 25 words or less competition
by turret in Hobbies, Games & Toys
There's been a bit of a revival lately of the "jingle contest." You've seen them. "Tell us why you like [our product] in 25 words or less." You might win anything from coupons for more of the product to a new car! It's a fun game, and somebody has to win--it might just be you!Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions For your starting copy, don’t limit yourself. Just write down the point

Competition & Conflict
by Gerhard Miller in Culture & Society
Competition and conflict are concepts that have the same root, but lead to very different consequences. It might even be fair to say that conflict is a form of competition, so long as that conflict remains constructive. Making sure that conflict remains constructive has been one of the hallmarks of the free market for many centuries. FeaturesThe basic idea is that conflict is inevitable. Indivi

How to Competitively Eat in a Competition?
by sub-80 in Sports & Fitness
Competitive eating, like any other sport, requires plenty of planning and preparation. Successful competitors do their research in order to understand how to increase the body's capacity for food. Following a few simple strategies can lead to successful competitions as well as prevent discomfort and stomachaches.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
High-fiber foods

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