Arduino CAN error stray '#' in program

Trying to do a CAN test from : My own ECU simulator - Car Hacking - Carloop Community
The code turns out error ‘stray ‘#’ in program’ , what’s wrong?

7 #pragma once 
8 #include "application.h" 
9 #include "TinyGPS++.h" 
10 
 
11 enum CarloopFeatures_e 
12 { 
13     CARLOOP_CAN = 1, 
14     CARLOOP_GPS = 2, 
15     CARLOOP_BATTERY = 4, 
16     CARLOOP_ALL_FEATURES = CARLOOP_CAN | CARLOOP_GPS | CARLOOP_BATTERY 
17 }; 
18 
 
19 struct CarloopRevision2 
20 { 
21     static constexpr auto CAN_PINS = CAN_D1_D2; 
22     static constexpr uint32_t CAN_DEFAULT_SPEED = 500000; 
23 
 
24     static constexpr auto BATTERY_PIN = A1; 
25     static constexpr auto BATTERY_FACTOR = 7.2f; 
26 
 
27     static constexpr auto CAN_ENABLE_PIN = D0; 
28     static constexpr auto CAN_ENABLE_ACTIVE = LOW; 
29     static constexpr auto CAN_ENABLE_INACTIVE = HIGH; 
30 
 
31     static constexpr auto GPS_BAUD_RATE = 9600; 
32     static constexpr auto GPS_ENABLE_PIN = A0; 
33     static constexpr auto GPS_ENABLE_ACTIVE = HIGH; 
34     static constexpr auto GPS_ENABLE_INACTIVE = LOW; 
35 
 
36     static constexpr auto FEATURES = CARLOOP_CAN | CARLOOP_GPS | CARLOOP_BATTERY; 
37 }; 
38 
 
39 template <typename Config> 
40 class Carloop 
41 { 
42 public: 
43     Carloop(); 
44 
 
45     void setCANSpeed(uint32_t canSpeed); 
46     void begin(CarloopFeatures_e features = CARLOOP_ALL_FEATURES); 
47 
 
48     void update(); 
49 
 
50     CANChannel &can(); 
51     TinyGPSPlus &gps(); 
52     float battery(); 
53 
 
54     void enableCAN(); 
55     void disableCAN(); 
56     void enableGPS(); 
57     void disableGPS(); 
58     void enableBattery(); 
59 
 
60     float readBattery(); 
61 
 
62     bool hasCAN(); 
63     bool hasGPS(); 
64     bool hasBattery(); 
65 
 
66 private: 
67     void receiveSerialChars(); 
68 
 
69     CANChannel canDriver; 
70     uint32_t canSpeed; 
71 
 
72     Thread *gpsSerialThread; 
73     TinyGPSPlus gpsDriver; 
74 
 
75     float batteryVoltage; 
76 
 
77     CarloopFeatures_e features; 
78 };

error:
carloop.h:7:3: error: stray ‘#’ in program

7 #pragma once

^

carloop.h:8:3: error: stray ‘#’ in program

8 #include “application.h”

^

carloop.h:9:3: error: stray ‘#’ in program

9 #include “TinyGPS++.h”

^

carloop.h:1:1: error: expected unqualified-id before numeric constant

1 /* Library for the Carloop connected car device

^

carloop.h:19:1: error: expected unqualified-id before numeric constant

18

^

carloop.h:44:1: error: expected unqualified-id before numeric constant

38

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:7:14: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ‘(’ token

SYSTEM_THREAD(ENABLED); // To not block the main program while searching for WiFi

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:8:1: error: ‘Carloop’ does not name a type

Carloop carloop; // Instantiate Carloop Object

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:10:12: error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ‘(’ token

SYSTEM_MODE(SEMI_AUTOMATIC);

^

E:\design_info\DIY\ARDUINO\0_CAN\My own ECU simulator\My_own_ECU_simulator_a\My_own_ECU_simulator_a.ino: In function ‘void setup()’:

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:19:5: error: ‘carloop’ was not declared in this scope

carloop.begin(); // Creates the appropriate CANChannel

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:23:5: error: ‘WiFi’ was not declared in this scope

WiFi.connect();

^

E:\design_info\DIY\ARDUINO\0_CAN\My own ECU simulator\My_own_ECU_simulator_a\My_own_ECU_simulator_a.ino: In function ‘void loop()’:

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:26:5: error: ‘CANMessage’ was not declared in this scope

CANMessage message;

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:28:11: error: ‘carloop’ was not declared in this scope

while(carloop.can().receive(message)) {

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:28:33: error: ‘message’ was not declared in this scope

while(carloop.can().receive(message)) {

^

E:\design_info\DIY\ARDUINO\0_CAN\My own ECU simulator\My_own_ECU_simulator_a\My_own_ECU_simulator_a.ino: In function ‘void processMode1(int)’:

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:44:5: error: ‘CANMessage’ was not declared in this scope

CANMessage message;

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:45:5: error: ‘message’ was not declared in this scope

message.id = 0x7E8;

^

My_own_ECU_simulator_a:68:5: error: ‘carloop’ was not declared in this scope

carloop.can().transmit(message);

^

Using library carloop.h in folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\carloop.h (legacy)
exit status 1
stray ‘#’ in program

In Arduino sketches, you shouldn't type in the line numbers.

Hi laoadam!

Shouldn’t this:

#include "application.h"
#include "TinyGPS++.h"

Be this?

#include <application.h>
#include <TinyGPS++.h>

Thanks,

Zeb

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Oh I see!

Super sorry for putting you crook there! Please ignore #2.

Apologies again!

Zeb