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expected unqualified-id before '^' token

I got that message while compiling any tips?


What I have tried:

i have tried to check any errors but i can not see. please help
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Updated 24-Jun-21 8:20am
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Richard MacCutchan 24-Jun-21 13:25pm
   
"but i can not see"
Nor can we. Please show the code so we have at least a chance of helping you.
Patrice T 24-Jun-21 13:43pm
   
You have a secret error in your secret code.

1 solution

You need to show the code in question. Offhand, ^ is the exclusive-or operator, similar to & and |. The error means that you put something other than an identifier on its left-hand side.
   
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Greg Utas 24-Jun-21 16:12pm
   
So what idiots--two of them--downvoted this without comment? It is factually correct, although what OP was trying to do is a mystery since the code wasn't posted.
jeron1 24-Jun-21 16:20pm
   
Does seem awful unnecessary, countered, to the best that my rep will allow.

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