Originally Posted by The7thCrest I didn't use /n anywhere, in my text or my code, however I do know that '/n' is a new line tag. Like Code: cout<<("Hello World \n") says output to the screen and then move to the nest line You'll have to pay a bit more attention to / and \.
cout<<("Hello World \n")
Originally Posted by brewbuck And "\t" means a tab character. Look carefully at your string. OH- See -_-