Standard C++ classes

  • Hi gang,
    I'm new to QT but not new to C++. I'm using QT Creator 3.2.2 on Ubuntu 14 with GCC 4.7.

    I want to use functions I've already written and tested. I think my problem is that when I use:
    @#include <string> //and
    #include <vector>@

    QT seems to not recognise them. It does know about them, however as evidenced by hovering over the #include.

    So far I've learnt to compensate by using QString

    I would really like to use things like <chrono>, <ctime>, <cstdlib> and <cmath>. What step am I missing it Qt Creator?


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