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    Man I am about to call it a night.......I'll check back in about 5 minutes while I get my bed ready and so on......if you don't have it by then I am sorry.......you could try bloodshed.net I think it is they have DevC++ it's either .net or .com not sure. Good Luck.
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    No, actually someone suggested it today, and I asked them if they were sure it's better than Borland C++ 5.5, and they didn't answer..
    So it's good?
    I used to use Turbo C++ 4.5 and it was great, until I used strcpy; then it kept crashing (on a line identical to the one you're getting an error message on now) while the same line worked on the compiler at school (Borland C++ 4.5 I think). So I decided to get another compiler.. But I've had no luck so far.

    If you figure out why it's giving that error, please let me know (It's 2:20 a.m., I'm leaving).. Neither rightanswer nor line are integers, I don't know what's wrong there..

    But thanks a lot for your help.

    Linette

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    I was trying your code with Borland 5.2......... I tried it with DevC++ and I changed void main() to int main() and got one less error Don't really know why...
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    Maybe....

    Maybe it doesnt like your count using in the array...

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    Can anyone figure out why those last two errors occur?


    Thanks

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    >strcpy (item[count].rightanswer, line);
    //Should be:
    item[count].rightanswer = line[0];

    //Also you might need to convert it to uppercase using toupper(), located in header ctype.h
    item[count].rightanswer = toupper(line[0]);

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    Actually the uppercase should go here:
    Code:
    >      cout << "Your Answer: ";
    >      cin >> ans[count];
          ans[count] = toupper(ans[count]);
    >   }
    >   return;    
    }
    //And change this function declaration (add &)
    >void evaluate (qtype item[12], char ans[12], int right) {
    to:
    void evaluate (qtype item[12], char ans[12], int &right) {

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