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I thought it would be good idea to store a object of struct in a vector because I have seen it in a tutorial Tutorial but now I have a problem if I want to remove it from the vector. I want to make addressbook like contract.

I tried:

  • delete itr_address->book[i] => because of a const variable in the struct this is not working
  • itr_address->book.erase(itr_address->book.begin()+1) => some other error because of const
  • I do not know exactly what you're going to do. Please explain based on the contents of the tutorial. – smarteasy Jul 3 '18 at 14:45
  • In the tutorial you create a struct item. Later you create vector<item> in player struct. Then he shows how to add items to player: player.inventory.push_back(item{ purchased_item.item_id, purchased_item.name, purchased_item.power, purchased_item.health, purchased_item.ability, purchased_item.level_up }); now I tried to do the same thing for a test addressbook. But when i want to delete the item from the vector i get there errors because of const in the struct. – Mangooxx Jul 3 '18 at 14:52
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Remove the item from the player's inventory and modify the player using players.modify.

players.modify(iterator, account, [&](auto& player) { player.inventory.erase(i); });

  • thx no more errors – Mangooxx Jul 3 '18 at 15:45

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