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  1. Thread: Newb Question

    by Syko
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    Re: Newb Question

    Thank you. Your help is much appreciated.
  2. Thread: Newb Question

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    Re: Newb Question

    How would I go about compiling and running if I used Notepad?
  3. Thread: Newb Question

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    I understand. I am still in the process if searching for a decent editor. I'm sure that was the problem. The tutorial itself was outdated which would mean the links in said tut would likely be...
  4. Thread: Newb Question

    by Syko
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    Ah. That may be it. The editor that I am using was downloaded from a link on the same site as the tut I used. I will find another more up to date editor and try this out once more.
  5. Thread: Newb Question

    by Syko
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    And I explained my predicament. I did, in fact, use the double quote key from what I understand. What I am asking of you is to provide proof opposing that the key I used was the correct one.
  6. Thread: Newb Question

    by Syko
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    That's just it. From what I understand that is the key I used. Please do not mistake me for some moron who's never used a computer in his life. If this is, in fact, a learning environment then noob...
  7. Thread: Newb Question

    by Syko
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    Newb Question

    Alright. So I literally just started learning C++ from a tut I found and I ran into a problem.



    #include <iostream.h>
    int main()
    {
    cout<< " What you do is what you get";
    }
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