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ok i try to write a linked list of objects from one class

here is the the class:

class detail{
int code;
string unit;
string name;
float price;

public:
detail(int c, string u, string n, float p);
int get_code(){return code;};
string get_unit(){return unit;};
string get_name(){return name;};
float get_price(){return price;};
};


detail::detail(int c, string u, string n, float p){

cout << "Enter code:";
cin >> code;
cout << "Enter unit:";
cin >> unit;
cout << "Enter name:";
cin >> name;
cout << "Enter price:";
cin >> price;

};

And here is the linked list:

template <class T>
struct Element {
?????;	 //here i must to put a pointer to an object from class detail 
Element<T>* next;	 //pointer to next element
};


template <class T>
class List {
private:
Elem<T>* Begin;	
Elem<T>* End;	


public:
List();	
~List();	
void insertLast(detail aData);	
void print() const;	
void removeAt(unsigned aPos);	
};


template <class T>
List<T>:: List() {	
Begin = Current = NULL;
}


template <class T>
void List<T>:: insertLast(T aData) {		
	if(!Begin) {				
		insertFirst(aData);		
		return;				
	}
	Current->next = new Elem<T>;		
	Current = Current->next;			
	Current->data = aData;			
	Current->next = NULL;			
}

Could help me at that part with adding an onject in the list?
I don't want to do it with array.I have to do it with pointers only!

InsertLast have to put an element in the last position ,but what i have to do to put an object from class detail in the list?

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Last Post by Chilton
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If your list is generic, then you wouldn't necessarily need to specify the particular class object would you? What do you have there that is a substitute for the name of a type?

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