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This is a discussion on error within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Code: #include<conio.h> #include<iostream.h> class lrsn { int n,l,s,i; public: void check() { cout<<"enter a no"; cin>>n; l=0; s=n; while(n > ...

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    Unhappy error

    Code:
    #include<conio.h>
    #include<iostream.h>
    class lrsn
    {
       int n,l,s,i;
       public:
       void check()
    {
       cout<<"enter a no";
       cin>>n;
       l=0;
       s=n;
       while(n > 0)
    {
       if(n>=l)
       l=n;
       else if(n<l)
       s=n;
       cout<<"enter a no";
       cin>>s;
    }
    };
      void main();
    {
      lrsn a;
      clrscr();
      a.check();
      getch();
    }
    here i am getting error..
    "declaration terminated incorrectly"

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    What do you call this language?

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    C++ language

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    Oh. Why not post it on the C++ sub-forum?

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    i m new here.. dnt have idea how to post n all..but want answer fastly..thats y i postd here.

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    Well, people who frequent this sub-forum are likely to be more familiar with C than C++, myself included. I don't really understand how you're meant to layout those weird 'class' things, but the fact that your source code has four opening braces and three closing braces seems to be the problem (or at least one of the problems). Double-check your braces.

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    yeah..thanx

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    *thread closed*

    Use the thread in the C++ forum instead.
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