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Borland C++ and the IOSTREAM.H


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Posted 28 November 1999 - 11:40 AM

Hi

I reasently bought Borland C++ 5.02
and looked around on the net and bought a book about C++
but when i try things or when i type stuff over from the book it doesn`t works
it say`s that iostream.h shud only be used in C++ when i start borland and type the source i just press the "lightning" button
shud i do this diffrent whit my version of borland i got no book and no documentasion
and the only programing experianse are
QBasic and Pascal

what shud i Do?


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Posted 28 November 1999 - 11:40 AM

I'm not familiar with that exact version. But are you saving your source file as *.c or *.cpp? Some compilers wont allow any c++ code in files saved as *.c




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