How to fix this?

This is a discussion on How to fix this? within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Originally Posted by Robertjh12 Their poking at the use of cin>> rather then the use of getline() Look carefully at ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertjh12
    Their poking at the use of cin>> rather then the use of getline()
    Look carefully at the type of length in my example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertjh12 View Post
    Their poking at the use of cin>> rather then the use of getline()
    Actually I think whiteflags missed that Laser changed the input type in the example to an int. In which case there isn't a bounds problem.
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