I'm pretty sure there's just a small bug I'm missing, but I can't seem to find it.


g++ -Wall Proj3.cpp -o proj3 -pthread
Proj3.cpp: In function âvoid initLockVar()â:
Proj3.cpp:52: error: expected primary-expression before â{â token
Proj3.cpp:52: error: expected `;' before â{â token
Proj3.cpp:256: error: expected `}' at end of input
make: *** [Proj3] Error 1

Code up to that point. In this comment-removed code block, line 34 in the code block corresponds to line 52 in the error (original code.)

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <queue>
#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <signal.h>
using namespace std;

struct car {
  time_t arrivalTime;  // Arrival time of the car
  time_t startTime;    // Time car moves through the intersection
  int id;				 // ID# of the car
  char dir;			 // Which direction queue car is on

const int minToRun = 5;		// Minutes to run the simulation
// Marker for when to end the simulation.
time_t endTime = time(NULL) + (60 * minToRun);
int numCars; 				// Used to keep track of total cars.
queue<car> nStreetQueue;	// Queue of cars waiting on the north street.
queue<car> sStreetQueue;	// Queue of cars waiting on the south street.

// Mutex locks and conditional variables
pthread_mutex_t lock;
pthread_cond_t nNotEmpty;

// Output streams
ofstream carLog("carevent.log");
ofstream flagLog("flagperson.log");

void initLockVar() {
  carLog << "carID     direction     arrival-time    start-time    end-time"
		 << endl;
  flagLog << "Time          State" << endl;

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Since the lines in question are 52 and 256, and you posted only 40 lines, it's impossible to tell.

I figured the bug was somewhere before line 256, and to reiterate what I said before, line 52 in the original code corresponds to line 34 in the code block. I just wanted to remove some of the comments so i didn't actually post all 256 lines of code.

Line 256 is actually just the closing } in my code.

I could post it as is, I just figured that would be spammy.

The code you've posted seems to be OK, so if the problem still persists, go ahead and post all of the code.

The problem was this:


When the initializers were put up in the global section with the declarations, no compilation problem.

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