Problem with dev-c++

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    No <iostream.h> is out of date <iostream> is part of the new standard because all the standard functions are now in the std namespace
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    Quote Originally Posted by prog-bman
    No <iostream.h> is out of date <iostream> is part of the new standard because all the standard functions are now in the std namespace
    Thanks for the info, but when I use <iostream>, it says that "cout" is undefined. Also is <iostream> the only one without a ".h" at the end because I tried <stdlib> and it didn't work.

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    try std::cout instead of just cout
    all the C header files can be accessed by taking the .h off and putting c infront of the name

    <cstdio>
    <cstdlib>
    <cmath>
    etc

    The c++ headers you just drop the .h

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    try std::cout instead of just cout
    all the C header files can be accessed by taking the .h off and putting c infront of the name

    <cstdio>
    <cstdlib>
    <cmath>
    etc

    The c++ headers you just drop the .h
    Thanks for the info. Adding std:: works. Adding "c" infront and dropping the .h also works. Thank you very much.

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    Do I need to show you a icture of the error. And it is installed in the directory it wanted to be I never install something in my documents becuase I barly use that.

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    Here is a link to the picture... http://runehunter.clicdev.com/f/index.php?act=ST&f=25&t=79

    Now I know I put text in the code but that didn't amtter snce I only added that to tell you were the error is.

    I tried putting everything as code, from nothing to a complete working code I even tried a c program!

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    Rune hunter, if your having problems compiling still. Your solution is pretty simple. uninstall it properly. Follow the instructions to the letter. your situation is a common one,not a big deal.

    Here is another link to do the same thing in more detail , once you've FOLLOWED EVERYTHING TO THE LETTER and successfully uninstalled. Install 4.0 first then use the updater in TOOLS > Check for updates / packages to update to a more current version.
    Its really very simple.
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    simple to say. I un-installed it maybe ooh 10 - 15 times already. I tried EVERYTHING! and EVERYTHING means EVERYTHING. But the update from 4.0 not a bad idea exept for the fact that I'm on a 56k modem with family that wants to use the phone alot!

    I think I might need windows XP Service Pack 1. (We reformated so we still need that) and then we get SP2.

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    Ok That link to the other post did help me. I didn't know I had to delete the .ini and .cfg files in anouther directery. You learn something ever week.

    But thanks every one for all yoru HELP!

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