march 10, 2013

talk about how you're going to make a bird feeder and help your toddler choose large pine cones that are open so that peanut butter will stick well in the crevices. i find that a big spoon is easiest because it hugs the natural contour of the cone and you can hold it.
How To Make Mason Jar Bird Feeder
  Make a jar pourable with a pour spout lid made from a salt container this is a store-bought mason jar- based hummingbird feeder, but i'll bet it would be easy to i like this bird feeder, but i would use a metal chicken feeder for the bottom.

How to make a hanging bird feeder using a mason jar. bird feeders play an important role in the supplemental feeding of backyard birds. in fact, you can use a swindle.
I made this birdfeeder with a chicken feeder (49 cents from . we have all the stuff to make it but dh won't let me use the old mason jars!
  Upcycled rustic country antique blue mason jar bird feeder with copper hanger. easy diy. purchase make up brush holder. spray painted mason jars gold.
May 22, 2011 of the mason jar. to fill your bird feeder with seed, turn the jar upside down but do you really think you can make it squirrel proof?


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From what I can see, what you have is not going to work.

Why are you declaring a pointer to a vector at line 19?
vector <CarbonFootPrint> *list; 

You never allocate that vector.

Did you intend for a vector of pointers?
vector <CarbonFootPrint *> list; 

That's not going to work either. Where you do a push_back onto the vector, you're calling push_back with a copy of a CarbonFootPrint, not a pointer.

Why not simply declare your vector as:
vector <CarbonFootPrint> list; 

Then your code will work assuming you change all the list-> to list.
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