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|Great work. Nice overview.|
|Good, acurrate attention to detail.|
|you are learning from"Teach yourself C++ in 21 DAY"....why don't you put a link so that everybody could download the file?...it will be much easier|
|eat butt and suck a sack.
|Nice.....but more details required|
|good job but it would help if u inclided how to use the compiler|
|You know Assembler (basic ASM) isn't scary at all, I can understand the baics of ASM but not C++. Go figure.|
|wat does "and" "=" "|" mean in c?|
|Good tutorial. I have one question..... When I try to run the program I get this message:
------ Build started: Project: Ricks, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------
c:\documents and settings\rick\my documents\visual studio 2008\projects\ricks\ricks\Form1.h(99) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'iostream.h': No such file or directory
Build log was saved at "file://c:\Documents and Settings\Rick\My Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\Ricks\Ricks\Debug\BuildLog.htm"
Ricks - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ==========
I'm completely new to C++ (Been using Delphi and VB forever) and I'm not totaly sure where I'm suppose to add this code in at. I pasted the code right inside the buttom1_click (minus the numbers). I also get 120 (no joke) errors anytime I try to include the <windows.h> file. Maybe you can help me out a little. BTW I'm using MS Visual C++ 2008 Express.
My name is Rick, and you can email me at email@example.com. Or AIM at original m0rtis.
Thanks for any help in advance.
|I haven't done any C++ work in VS, but the compiler can't find iostream.h, a legacy module that deals with char I/O. try include <iostream>|
Thanks for the tutorial, really helpful.
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|Great starter tutorial man, Very accurate and in-depth explanation of what each line does and how it works.
I've just started trying to learn the basics of C++ (My first attempt at some coding) but all of the other websites I found assumed you had previous knowledge of some coding languages...
You should do some more of these tutorials :)
|What a waste of time lol, you don't know shit|
|Nice Work! Finally Someone Explain's The "Basic's" Of C++|
|Is there any tutorial available related to the use of header files in C++
please let me know, email@example.com
|Nice tut. There is a slight problem in the code though. You must add "using namespace std;" at the top or use std::cout.
Newbies (like me) would have a problem compiling and would receive a compiler error if typing the code as shown. Otherwise great job.
|I didn't get any errors doing it the way he showed but it just flashes on and off when running i tried using the getchar command but it didn't work!|
|It does run through command prompt though|
|Top marks .. this has helped me big time ....Martin Bristol uk|
|Thank you dude this is awesome sauce. It's cool that you explained every line, which is what I've been looking for like CRAZY. And you made it interesting with your "dripping sarcasm" :D|
|nice work mate.... would love to see more of c++ tutorials and examples, but great foundation to start c++ programming ;-)|
|Nice work! Yeah, the reason I believe the command prompt only appears for a few seconds is because the program is finished with the line "return 0;'=" If you want the command prompt to stay indefinitely so you can check everything work okay, replace "return 0;" with system("pause");|
|great tutorial but i got an error about an antiquated or deprecated header: (iostream.h)?
|C++ is hard :P - Dumbass American kid|
|@Dumbass American kid ....C++ is not hard. Its just your dumbass brain with IQ 0|
|me has 2 learned c++ in 1 months. who book did me uses? has somebody helping i. sorry english me bad broken . |
|Thank you for the explanation. Good job.|
|if yuo're getting the error saying that you ca't do it because of <iostream.h>
try only typing in #include <iostream>
some of the newer VC don't need/want the ".h" for some reason, i think 2008 and up.
|hope you will be sucsesful in life|