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#include<iostream>
#include<string>
#define size 10

using namespace std;

struct student {
string name;
int id;
string prog;
double cgpa;
};


class stinfo {
    private:
        student data[size];
        int last;
    public:
        stinfo();
        void add(string name, int id, string prog, double cgpa);


};

stinfo :: stinfo()
{
    last = 0 ;
}


void stinfo::add(string name, int id,string prog, double cgpa)
{
    if (last == data[size]) {
    return ;
}
data[last].name = name;
data[last].id = id;
data[last].prog = prog;
data[last].cgpa = cgpa;
++last;
}



int main()
{
    char ans;
    string name1,prog1;
    int id1;
    double cgpa1;

    stinfo st;

    cout <<endl;
        cout <<">>>>> INSERT NEW STUDENT INFORMATION <<<<<"<<endl;

        cout <<"NAME : ";
        cin >>name1;

        cout <<"ID: ";
        cin >>id1;

        cout <<"PROGRAMME : ";
        cin >>prog1;

        cout <<"CGPA: ";
        cin >>cgpa1;

        st.add ( name1,id1,prog1,cgpa1 );

        system("pause");
    return 0;


}

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Class Array

vaguely defined situation, what should we look for?

 if (last == data[size])

presumably should be

 if (last == size)

because you want to see if you've reached your end of the array.
And as a programming concept, macros are in upper-case letters, so:

#define size 10

would be

#define SIZE 10

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