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Why am I getting this wrong? bitset<32> assignment.

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I am making a program that makes an output. That is the easy part, now for some reason, and it may be the elves of christmas or the cobbler, it won't assign the bitset<32> to another, nor will it print it out (neither c/out).

I need help in finishing this program, very important. Thank you.

37 [main] bincom 8096 cygwin_exception::open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to bincom.exe.stackdump

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  1.     vector<bitset<32> > x, xta, jxta;
  2.     bitset<32> back;
  3.     out.seekg(out.end,out.beg);
  4.     out << t << " " << flush;
  5.     back = xta[0];
  6.     //out << back << flush;
  7.     cout << "Within: " << sty << " Without: " << sgsh << " Bytes through hashing: " << ty << endl << flush;
  8.     return;
May 9 '16 #1
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