How would you do something like this using cout in C++?
(The Russian Equivalent of "Hello World")Code:cout << "привет мир";
I tried using copy-paste in VC++ but as I had expected the compiler gave me problems. I tried the same thing in another online IDE but it ran perfectly which confused me. (Ideone.com | Online C++ Compiler & Debugging Tool) Is there a procedure you can follow just as you would declare a char array for extended ASCII or is there a special include file which would allow me to use non-English characters? Thanks for your help.