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//Expensive Calculator //Demonstrate built-in arithmetic operators #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { cout <<"7+3="<<7+3<< end1; return 0; } The line cout <<"7+3="<<7+3<< end1; Gives me an error with the msg (Each what does this mean? [Edited by - SKS on January 4, 2006 10:04:44 AM]

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I copy and pasted the wrong one, i still get the error

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I copy and pasted the wrong one, i still get the error


and that error is?


(Each

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It sounds a lot like your compiler installation is borked. What compiler do you have?

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I am seeing end1 (one) too instead of endl (el - endline)


#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
cout <<"7+3="<<7+3<< endl; //1 changed to l
return 0;
}



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Contrary to popular opinion, leet speak is not actually good for programming in. :D


Its not good for writing in either.

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