I've just migrated to c++ from java. Just a little question here...
I am using Borland c++ 5.02 to compile my stuff, and when I type
std::cout << std::endl;
as stated in my book it does not compile.
but if I type
cout << endl;
it does... what is the std thing and how come I don't need to type it in Borland? I know this is pretty basic but am just curious.