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MousehDragon
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So I have 3 classes, matrix.h, matrix.cc, and shortestPath.cc

shortestPath includes the .h file, which includes the matrix.cc file.

In shortestPath I've tried to call a Get method I wrote in the matrix.cc file, but I can't figure out how to call the function on the object of that class. This is the line of code I have:

char exp = mat.Get(0, 0);

I'm more concerned now with how to call the function on the object. the object of the matrix class is called mat. The parameters specify which character to return.

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mazzica1
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The Header (test.h)

//Donot include the cc
class test{
public:
void sayHello();
};

the test.cc

#include <test.h>
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
void test::sayHello()
{
   cout<<"Hello\n";
}

the target class(target.cc)

#include <test.h>
class target{
public:
void callTest()
{
  test t;
  t.sayHello();
}
}
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