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I looked around quite a bit on how to solve this but i couldn't find a lot .. can anyone help me?

The capitalized variables are constants

case '4':
	  string strKey;
	  cout << " Input: ";
	  cin >> strKey;
	  binarySearch(aList, strKey);
	  int binarySearchResult = binarySearch(aList, strKey);
	  if (binarySearchResult = iERRORNOTFOUND || binarySearchResult = iERROREMPTY)//Error C2106 "=" Left operand must be l-value 
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Try putting two equal signs at your if conditionals:

if (binarySearchResult == iERRORNOTFOUND || binarySearchResult == iERROREMPTY)
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Thank you mikrosfoitits .. clearly, WaltP, he understood my question even though he is a newbie poster ..

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