Write a statement that declares and stores the elements of the following array into a vector object:
char vowels[5]={'a', 'e', 'i', 'o', 'u'};

I think this is what I need, but I want to verify this.

char vowels[5]={'a', 'e', 'i', 'o', 'u'};
vector<vowels> vowelsList (vowelsArray, vowelsArray +5);

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No. The type between < and > in vector must be a data type, not the name of a variable. vowels is not a datatype.

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No. The type between < and > in vector must be a data type, not the name of a variable. vowels is not a datatype.

use vector::assign
See this link. There is a similar example given.

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