If the only think u know how to do is 'cout << ' with text in C++, then all you really know how to do is use the bitshift operator because cout isn't a part of the C++ programming language, it's just an object of output stream class declare in iostream...right? Even if something is in the stl that doesn't make it an intrinsic part of the C++ programming language, intrinsic parts of the language are really only the keywords, templates, pointers, references, stuff like that. Right? Or should I just be slapped?
You would also know how to include header files and use main() if you could do 'cout <<'...obviously
Whoa, the output stream has a lot of members...this is sweet