" Cannot determine which instance of overloaded function "findContours" is intended . Why is happening and how do I fix it? Im fairly new to threading so im not fully sure why this is happening but the thread above it which calls drawBoundingBox works like a charm. Full code below.
cannot determine which instance of overloaded function "Mat<Type>::applyIndexFunction [with Type=dcomplex]" is intended #2
In each context, the name of an overloaded function may be preceded by address- of operator & and may be enclosed in a redundant set of parentheses.. In all these contexts, the function selected from the overload set is the function whose type matches the pointer to function , reference to function , or pointer to member function type that is expected by target: the object or reference being ...
Its saying that it " cannot determine which instance of overloaded function "Validmove" is intended ". I have two procedures, one is Validmove and the other is Validmove2 (as there are two arrays (for each players grid) so Validmove checks one array and Validmove2 checks the other.)
However, I cannot get rid of "Error: no instance of overloaded function "getline" matches the argument list argument types are: (std::string, char)." I have spent several hours searching the web about it, but I guess I'm a bit more slow than I would like to admit.
IntelliSense gives error " cannot determine which instance of function template is intended ", even though the code compiles with no error.
Context does not allow for disambiguation of overloaded function . Reply Quote 0. 1 Reply Last reply . lgeyer last edited by . Are you sure you are using Qt5 (and not Qt4)? Reply Quote 0. 1 Reply Last reply . anaksimandr last edited by . yes. at other place this method works. Reply Quote 0.
error: expected ';' before 'style' error: statement cannot resolve address of overloaded function error: cannot determine which instance of overloaded function 'MyProject::CustomElement::Style' is intended error: expected a ";" error: syntax error: missing ';' before identifier 'style' error: non-standard syntax; use '&' to create a pointer to ...
Ambiguity of overloaded functions can't be determined until a function call is encountered. At that point, the sets are built for each argument in the function call, and you can determine whether an unambiguous overload exists. This means that ambiguities can remain in your code until they are evoked by a particular function call.
cannot determine which instance of overloaded function "boost::asio::io_service::run" is intended I see that there are 2 overloads of boost::asio::io_service::run . But how can I specify which one to use?