Hey guys,

Just got started on this, and I keep getting an error saying Missing ";" before "." starting at line 25 and pretty much on all of my functino calls in main.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
Here's my code:

//driver - main
#include "prob6.h"

int main ( )
{
    int a = 0 ;
    int selection ;
    double fuelEff ;
    double miles ;

    do
    {
    cout << "Make a selection" << endl ;
    cout << "1. Enter fuel effeciency (in MPG):  " << endl ;
    cout << "2. Add miles to odometer:  " << endl ;
    cout << "3. Reset odometer:  " << endl ;
    cout << "4. Output gallons consumed:  " << endl ;
    cin >> selection ;

    switch ( selection )
    {
    case 1:
        cout << "Please enter the vehicle's fuel effeciency in MPG:  " << flush ;
        cin >> fuelEff ;
        Odometer.setMPG ( fuelEff ) ;
        break ;
    case 2:
        cout << "Please enter the miles in which to add to the current odometer reading:  " << flush ;
        cin >> miles ;
        Odometer.setOdom
        break ;
    case 3:
        Odometer.resetOdom ( ) ;
        cout << "Odometer has been reset" << endl ;
        break ;
    case 4:
        Odometer.outGalConsumed ( ) ;
        break ;
    case 5:
        a = 1 ;
        break ;
    default:
        cout << "Invalid selection - Please limit selection to numbers 1 through 5" << endl ;
    }
    } while ( a == 0 ) ;

    return 0 ;
}




//functions
#include "prob6.h"

void Odometer::setMPG ( double x )
{
    mpg = x ;
}

void Odometer::resetOdom ( )
{
    odom = 0 ;
}

void Odometer::setOdom ( double x )
{
    odom += x ;
}

void Odometer::outGalConsumed ( )
{
    double x ;
    x = ( odom / mpg ) ;
    cout << setprecision ( 2 ) << x << "mpg" << endl ;
}



//header file
#pragma once

#include <iomanip>
#include <iostream>
using namespace std ;

class Odometer
{
public:
    void setMPG ( double ) ;
    void resetOdom ( ) ;
    void setOdom ( double ) ;
private:
    void outGalConsumed ( ) ;
    double odom ;
    double mpg ;
    double galConsumed ;
} ;

Edited 3 Years Ago by __avd: fixed formatting.

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