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#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int score; char playAgain; score = 0; char = playAgain; /*<--this one gives me an error. why?*/ cout << "\nscore: " << endl; cout << "playAgain: " << endl; cin.get(); return 0; }

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Guest Anonymous Poster
I think you're setting char to equal playAgain when it is undefined.
You cant have a keyword as a variable name and playAgain is currently undefined.

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Im not sure what you're trying to do here.

If you're trying to assign a value to playAgain, here are some examples...

char playAgain;

playAgain = 'y'; //Assign the char 'y' to playAgain.

Here is another example...

char playAgain = 'y'; //Create a char and assign in the same line.

NOTE: You MUST have the quotes in there.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
chars should go into playagain not char( thats just the type definition).

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It should be:

char playAgain;
cin >> playAgain;

if(playAgain == 'y' || playAgain == 'Y')
// keep on playing!
else if (playAgain == 'n' || playAgain == 'N')
// quit teh game
else
// that is not a valid choice

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try it like this

#include<iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
int score = 0;
char playagain='y';
while(playagain == 'y')
{
cout<<"score:\n"<<score;
cout<<"playagain(y/n)\n";
cin>>playagain;
}
cout<<"bye";
return 0;
}

hope this helps:).

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