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Hmmm, I feel really dumb asking this, but is there an ascii chart around here somewhere, as I do not remember how to type ascii. Thanks!

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Hmmm, I feel really dumb asking this, but is there an ascii chart around here somewhere, as I do not remember how to type ascii. Thanks!


here you go

http://www.asciitable.com/


enjoy. :)

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Thank you for the chart, but I don't actually know how to type it. My book doesn't tell me how to print it. I feel SOOO stupid asking this. I really do know my way around a computer, I promise you. lol

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Thank you! I thought it was Ctrl or Ctrl + Alt. The one I was trying to get was not on the ascii list. It is used in this basic "Hello world" text.

std::cout<< "Hello World" <<std::end

It would be used right after end. It is like a „§, only the little side-part would be at the top. Hmmm, is this supposed to be in the IDE? Thanks!

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std::endl usually evaluates to \n or \r\n, which is ASCII 10 or 13 and 10, respectively.

The only thing I know of that "comes after std::end" in the IDE is a lower-case L and a semicolon [wink]

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