Hi, i'm new to this forum. I've been developing applications (mostly games) since the age of 12, but mostly with Click software (www.clickteam.com) which is much easier than programming it (though that's beside the point of this post).
My intent on posting this is that i've been getting into C++ recently, and i'm wondering about the >> and << parts of "cout" and "cin" lines...
for example, if i write this in my code:
cout << "Moo"; - then it has <<
if i need input from the user it's like
cin>>SomeVariable; - and there's the >>
So my question is: Why are they there and what do they mean ? to me they seem pointless compared to Php which is a lot like C++