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can cout<<""; can cout<<""; contribute ?

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Hi all,
I'm really confused, can
cout<<"";
contribute anything to the routine ?!!

my programm won't work properly without this trivial sentence.

Sincerely
vivian

Sep 15 '05 #1
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wa*********@yahoo.com.cn wrote:
Hi all,
I'm really confused, can
cout<<"";
contribute anything to the routine ?!!
Yes.
my programm won't work properly without this trivial sentence.


Bad for you...
/S.

P.S. Please don't give us *any* information at all
--
Stefan Naewe
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Sep 15 '05 #2

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wa*********@yahoo.com.cn wrote:
Hi all,
I'm really confused, can
cout<<"";
contribute anything to the routine ?!!

my programm won't work properly without this trivial sentence.

Sincerely
vivian


Huh? Is this a continuation from a previous thread?
Sep 15 '05 #3

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>contribute anything to the routine ?!!
my programm won't work properly without this trivial sentence.

what is your routine?/

Sep 15 '05 #4

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<wa*********@yahoo.com.cn> wrote in message
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Hi all,
I'm really confused, can
cout<<"";
contribute anything to the routine ?!!

my programm won't work properly without this trivial sentence.


In case you haven't figured it out from those other replies, there's not
enough information in your post to tell us anything. But if you're getting
a crash without that line of code, then something else is wrong with your
code, which this line simply "hides" somehow. You need to find out what's
wrong with the rest of your code. If there's some other problem such as the
output not being what you expect, then you'll still need to let us know more
about what should be happening, what is happening, and what code is having
the problem.

-Howard

Sep 15 '05 #5

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