Aug 25, 2014 at 6:42 PM
Edited Aug 26, 2014 at 3:46 PM
Thanks for that! I'm very close, but am still having some unresolved external symbol errors with the DummyURI string.
As it stands, my code looks like this:
std::cout << "Enter protocol and server: " << std::endl;
std::cin >> DummyURI;
std::cout << "Entered URI:" << DummyURI << std::endl;
void LabelMaker(int number)
auto uri = uribuilder.to_uri();
where these two blocks of code are in two separate cpp files in a Visual studio project using DummyURI as an external variable.
Is there a problem with my syntax that you can see? or do I maybe need to take "DummyURI" as a string input into the function as well, or something else that anyone else might see?
Basically what I need is for the user to be able to enter an IP address and port number such as "http://10.150.60.121:8808
" and then the function adds on the path & query, and then uses http
Thanks in advance, really appreciate the help!