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    Re: If else statement displaying both options.

    Not sure what there is to despise about forums where volunteers help folks solve issues without compensation or in many cases, thanks.
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    Re: If else statement displaying both options.

    Initialize your variables means to declare them and then set them. You can do this all in one step. In C++, initializing variables prevents a variable from starting out with garbage and it's a good...
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    Re: If else statement displaying both options.

    When you don't understand what something means, try to look it up in msdn. Do a search in bing or google for "std::cin:ignore".

    In the results look for something that contains msdn in the url.
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    Re: If else statement displaying both options.

    In c++ always initialize your variables. Also step through your code or use trace statements to see what is wrong. Btw what does cin.ignore do?
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