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Forgot to scope!
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That code you've posted from the cpp file isn't defining methods of the class. It's defining global functions.

You define a method like so:

bool MyClass::MyMethod(int a, double b)
  // ...
Oh lord this was so stupid.
The rest of the code is using scope, but since I copied that from old code I forgot to scope it... jeez thanks mate
No worries - it's an easy mistake to make :)
Solved :)
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Best guess, it needs an object of type Line to call it.
operator>> is a global operator, rather than part of the class. Presumably, you want to call ln.requestInput ?
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You are absolutely right MikeyBoy, had no idea that could happen, I assumed it would be handled as if it was a part of the class.
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