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    #include <iostream.h>

    someone help me.... I have been using the Dev-C++ 4 compiler and i am having some trouble. when ever i put in #inclde <iostream.h> and use compile it reads that there is no such directory so i look in there include file to find that they did have

    iostream.h istream.h and ostream.h

    can someone plz help me or send me a better compiler
    Bugz_y2@hotmail.com

    Thank you,
    Mike

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    Its
    #include <iostream.h>
    you left out the u in include

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    nope

    nope thats a typo on the message even if its spelled correctly it doesn't work lol
    thx neway
    Mike
    Using Microsoft Visual Studio C++ Compiler

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    I have dev c++

    #include <iostream.h>
    someone help me.... I have been using the Dev-C++ 4 compiler and i am having some trouble. when ever i put in #inclde <iostream.h> and use compile it reads that there is no such directory so i look in there include file to find that they did have

    iostream.h istream.h and ostream.h

    can someone plz help me or send me a better compiler
    Bugz_y2@hotmail.com

    Thank you,
    Mike

    I have dev c++ and it works great. I've used #include <iostream.h> many times and it always works. Maybe you accidentaly deleted that header file or all your header files, or maybe you moved them to where your compiler can't find them.
    The compiler works.

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    I have dev c++

    I have dev c++ and it works great. I've used #include <iostream.h> many times and it always works. Maybe you accidentaly deleted that header file or all your header files, or maybe you moved them to where your compiler can't find them.
    The compiler works.

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    try re-downloading the compiler

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    re

    yeah i been thinkin about it but i have a slow modem i let it sit over night

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    try this one

    try to copy the header file "iostream.h" to the folder of your source file that ll contain it
    and then try:


    include "iostream.h"


    instead of:


    include <iostream.h>


    i wish it works!
    Last edited by moemen ahmed; 02-09-2002 at 06:16 PM.

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    your compiler is probably looking in the wrong place for the libraries. Check in your options that the specified directories are right.
    Free the weed!! Class B to class C is not good enough!!
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