Good Evening:

The following code contains a snippet from what will one day evolve into a rather large project; my next step is to find a way to read a string and find not only one word, but multiple words if necessary. I have tried different combinations of vars, arrays, and such but keep getting typical compiler results.

* I am always caught between flushing out the code myself until I cannot find the answer (everyday) or coming to these boards for a tad of friendly advice. Multiple String Search, anyone?

#include <stdio.h>
#include <fstream>
#include <iostream>
#include <string.h>
#include <windows.h>

using namespace std;

int main()
char resp1[]="good"; 
char name[256];

cout<< "Hello, how are you today?\n"<< endl;                     
cin.getline (name,256);

char * pch;
pch=strstr (name, "good"); //Searching for “good” in  ^ Char str

if(pch !=NULL) 

cout<< "I am glad to hear you are doing well today."<< endl;                      
cout<< "Is anything wrong at all? Would you like to discuss it? \n"<< endl;                      


return 0;  //END


For now, back to work coding.

thank-you much,