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#1 Nick Murphy   Members   -  Reputation: 1604

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Posted 16 July 1999 - 04:20 PM

I'm teaching myself C++ and i can't get character 124 (I think) to display itself on my screen. I
need this character because i have 2 errors and i need to insert this character 2 times so....Please
Help!

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#2 GunGod   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 15 July 1999 - 01:44 PM

Got Help in chat, Thank you

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#3 GunGod   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 15 July 1999 - 01:46 PM

whatt's wrong with the signature???

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Posted 15 July 1999 - 01:46 PM

what's wrong with the signature???

#5 felisandria   Members   -  Reputation: 739

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Posted 16 July 1999 - 05:40 AM

Try using <pre> before your signature and </pre> after, to get a fixed-width font. The default font of this bulletin board once you actually post is variable width, while the editing space is fixed, so it looks fine in editing but weird when posted.
Quick test:

This is a line without using pre
<pre>
This is a line using pre
</pre>

if those look different then it works. Otherwise you're probably out of luck...

-fel


#6 Chlorine   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 16 July 1999 - 04:20 PM

Uh.. Felis. HTML tags are disabled.
However, you can use UBB code. If you want preformatted text, like the <pre> tags. Then use the UBB keyword: code with square brackets around it, eg.. [] (hmm.. it isn't displaying the brackets) Well, it is ASCII characters 91 && 93. After that you must add /code (in brackets of course).

Preformatted text:

code:

for(i; i < max; i++)
{
cout << "UBB is very useful.";
}

Unpreformatted:
for(i; i < max; i++)
{
cout << "UBB is very useful.";
}

Hmm.. Not a very good example, but, oh well.

-Chlorine

[This message has been edited by Chlorine (edited July 16, 1999).]

[This message has been edited by Chlorine (edited July 16, 1999).]





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