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Inside a function, this declares a variable called i2c_ads1115 with type CLASS_I2CIO and calls the constructor with the two values DEVICE_I2C and ADDRESS_ADS:
CLASS_I2CIO   i2c_ads1115(DEVICE_I2C,ADDRESS_ADS);

Inside a class definition it declares a member function called i2c_ads1115 that returns a CLASS_I2CIO type and takes two arguments, which is where the compiler is having problems. Instead of DEVICE_I2C being a type, you have a #defined string.

To get i2c_ads1115 as a member variable, declare it the same way as the i2c_ioctl member variable, then construct it with arguments in the initialization list of the C_VNA class.
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