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Go find a tutorial. go to google and search for "C++ language tutorial" and find a good one. The one I''m using is at www.cplusplus.com...it''s a good one. Just find a tutorial. And HINT: make sure you know how to use your compiler before trying to go farther after variables...trust me, you want to know your compiler as soon as you start learning C++.

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I think the problem is that borland defaults to its visual library. You need to find a way to create a WIN-32 Console program. Look that up in the help files. Finally try this...


#include <iostream>
#include <conio.h>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
cout << "Hello world, I am a black panther, and we rule !!!";


getch();
return 0;
}



SIMON SAY''S GET THE F-UP AND CODE SOME MORE.


YOUR NOTHING BUT A SILLY LITTLE HORE.

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