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ok do any of u kno y my dev c++ is so different from everyone elses i have the latest version and every time i try to do a hello world thing on it besides the one that is already on there it never works. i kno how to make it work now but every time i try to write somethin else on it it doesnt work either. like a lot of people with it can still have the iostream.h and i cant have the .h on that and i have to change a bunch of things to make work the same as the tutorials i have looked at for dev c++, i dont know if what i just said makes any sense to u haha but i tried Shit happens when you party naked!!!

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Can you show us your code?

EDIT: And Dev-C++ is known to mess up on some computers. How, I don't know.




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[edited by - WiseElben on January 15, 2004 5:00:55 PM]

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Im willing to bet it flashes for a split second. Try adding cin or something to keep it from ending.

#include <iostream.h>

int main()
{
int wait = 0;

cout << "Hello world!";

cin >> wait;
return 0;
}

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quote:
Original post by dsage
Im willing to bet it flashes for a split second. Try adding cin or something to keep it from ending.

#include <iostream.h>

int main()
{
int wait = 0;

cout << "Hello world!";

cin >> wait;
return 0;
}


with dev-cpp iosteam.h generates an error. iostreme .h is decrepid.
try this:

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
int wait = 0;

std::cout << "Hello world!";

std::cin >> wait;
return 0;
}

i like dev-cpp. i use dev-cpp .

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[edited by - DerAngeD on January 15, 2004 6:15:00 PM]

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"give MinGW DevStudio a try"
nah dude, that''s so bloaty, and even I couldn''t compile anything with it and I''ve been with cygwin+mingw for some time now..

Get devC to work, or you suck and should stop trying.
(just playing)
;D

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yea i already kno how to make the hello world thing but theres different commands that i have to put in for everything like for hello world i have to put using namespace std; and the system pause thing and when i try and make somethin else like a calculator or somethin it doesnt work and i get a bunch of errors because i need some extra commands or somethin that no1 has to use at least on the tutorials with dev c++ their programs like calculators work and mine wont with the exact same code

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well if i cant get it to work then do any of u at least kno of another free program that works about as good as dev c++ or soemthin

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