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QuestionHow can i creat DSN for database by writing code in my Program Pin
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If your prototype for register_person is as you stated "register_person(person & registered", then all you really need to do is do "registered.push_back(®istered)". If you are uncertain of the number of persons, you should be going to the heap for allocation. Then you should be doing "news" on the Person objects and thus your prototype for register_person should be "register_person(person * registered)". You would then just need to do "registered.push_back(person)".
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