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I have some questions and i am hoping for answers. i made a script for c++ and i made it a .bat and also a .exe and none of them even started up after clicking them. if anyone knows anything im doing wrong or some training i need or if i made an error maybe?

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yea seriously, i mean i can help u, with my little programming skills, but we need to know the code dude

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yea seriously, i mean i can help u, with my little programming skills, but we need to know the code dude

well its not really a script look ill show you it but is like nothing its just saying hello but it never shows up.

 

 

//first c++ program

#include iostream.h

main()

 

{

cout<<"hello";

 

 

return();

 

}

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lmfao, you didn't put in a pause code, it tells the program to pause before closing... the thing will just start up and close right after, I don't have my C++ book laying around by me, but I know that you need a pause line to stop the program from closing before you can do anything.

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lmfao, you didn't put in a pause code, it tells the program to pause before closing... the thing will just start up and close right after, I don't have my C++ book laying around by me, but I know that you need a pause line to stop the program from closing before you can do anything.

Im making a program too. How do you make a pause code?

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Yes how do i make a pause function? what is a pause function also and how does it work. But most importantly i want to know the script for the pause code function please.

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void pause()
{
std::cin.clear();
std::cin.ignore(std::numeric_limits<std::streamsize>::max()); //
Clear whatever's still in the buffer
std::cout << "Press Enter to continue . . .\n";
std::cin.ignore(std::numeric_limits<std::streamsize>::max(),
'\n');
}

 

Will that do?

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yes! There you go! That will stop it so that you will be able to see what it says and actually input a command before it closes... :D

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If you are programing an C++, use these for fast and clear coding.

 

 

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
std::cout << "Hello\n";
return 0;
}

 

 

And please download an compiler, that will make it eseyer.

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krazy, if you want to make a pause code, then pause your life, and rewind. Wonder if you can do anything better...

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krazy, if you want to make a pause code, then pause your life, and rewind. Wonder if you can do anything better...

 

Keep flames in the flame board.

 

Upload your exe too! I want to see your awesome hello program! ;)

 

Good job ghozt.

Edit: This is a lot easier in VB to do lulz.

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This topic was last active before you posted two years ago. If anyone would like me to reopen please send me a message thank you.

 

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