Making own output/input device

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    wow that is really weird. there should be no error like that. especially on a line that does not exist.

    edit: especially, it is highly unlikely that a compiler has a bug.

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    checknumber is used before it's declared
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    Originally posted by abrege
    checknumber is used before it's declared
    how? it is prototyped under #include <iostream>

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    Sometimes the compiler refers you to lines in the header file. Check line 56 of the header.
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    Originally posted by alpha
    how? it is prototyped under #include <iostream>
    Ah, missed that
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    very odd.. it compiled fine on my MSVC++ 6.
    Just a wild tangent but might it have something to do with your declaring the function outside of std ... ?
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    Works fine in Dev C++ 4 too. What compiler are you using??
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