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CLASS_I2CIO(char Device, int Address);


Surely you mean char* Device, not char Device?

If the erroneous line is supposed to be an initialization of a variable calling this constructor, then that is not going to work: you can not initialize a member variable right inside the class declaration, unless it is static. Instead you have to do the initialization inside the constructor, like this:

class C_VNA {
   C_VNA();
   ...
   CLASS_I2CIO   i2c_ads1115_test; // just declaring the type of the member variable here
};
...
// constructors
// initialize the class members here (only needed when not using default constructor)
C_VNA::C_VNA()
 : i2c_ads1115_test(DEVICE_I2C,ADDRESS_ADS) 
{
   // more initialization code
}

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