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    Exclamation hmm.....

    ok...(u can take a look at my program..ill attach it.) i need help wit why da hell it wont accept getch(); !!!!!! i have conio.h in the include.aswell as stdlib.h and windows.h and iohstream.h (or watever it is) .....for god sakes.lol...and ive included a comment in there on a place where i JUST cant get it to work...and wut i need it to do.thx for ur time and effort with helpin me on this



    BTW: In the attachment.the comments are near the bottom
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    If your using dev-c++ as a compiler then getch(); is defined in conio_mingw.h not conio.h.

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    heh..i hate dev....itz 2 wierd....but itz free..lol...thx
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    hey there

    D4050....

    I see your having some troubles. At such a young age Im glad to see a fire in you, you really enjoy programming. 12yrs old, not to shabby.......

    Anyways, Your using DevC++ ? I like tried that once, on a friends computer. I did not like it. If you want the dialog and GUI buisness try Miscrosoft Visual C++ Introductory Edition. It's the same as the Pro edition, except you can't sell what you make. If you want to sell what you make you buy the Pro edition. It includes a few more projects but not too many. It is $499 or something.

    But with alot of the boards you been asking on, and especially what you've been posting and asking, try Turbo C++ to get familiar with the language.

    tcc MySource.cpp

    That's how you compile after you followed the install instructions. Not to hard, hu?

    Download it: http://community.borland.com/article...,21751,00.html
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    yea i really didnt know where to start off with....i mean i luv learnin c++ just dat dere were so many things i didnt understand. plus i thought turbo c++ cost.thats why i never got it...heh...nyways im done my math calculator thing now..just gotta learn some more consol stuff n then im off to windows programming
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