compiler skipping lines..?

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    compiler skipping lines..?

    hi everyone,
    i just ran a little test program, but got no output from two cout lines (commented out below) - i traced through it, and saw them get skipped. why is that? (they're not commented out when i run it)

    Code:
    #include <string.h>
    #include <iostream.h>
    
    void main () {
    	char str[] = "	avg: real;	 {dgjhd;a comment}";
    //  	cout << str << "\nits length: " << strlen(str) << endl;
    	char *brokenstr;
    	cout << "remaining part of string: ";
    	brokenstr = strtok (str,"{");
    	cout << brokenstr;
    //	cout << "\nits length: " << strlen(brokenstr);  
    	return;
    }

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    did you run it with the // in there as i see it now, if so take them out

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    next time i'll finish reading your post before i answer, i don't know lemme see . . .

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    Prints Fine...

    Code:
    #include <string.h>
    #include <iostream.h>
    
    void main () {
    	char str[] = "	avg: real;	 {dgjhd;a comment}";
      	cout << str << "\nits length: " << strlen(str) << endl;
    	char *brokenstr;
    	cout << "remaining part of string: ";
    	brokenstr = strtok (str,"{");
    	cout << brokenstr;
    	cout << "\nits length: " << strlen(brokenstr);  
    	return;
    }

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    Output :


    avg: real; {dgjhd;a comment}
    its length: 30
    remaining part of string: avg: real;
    its length: 13

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    dito

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    thanks for saying what the output is

    my stupid weird compiler

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    That Ran fine wherever I ran it,
    what compiler are your using anyways ?

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