Making Spaces in Output

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    Hellooooooo, I have a question about making spaces between the output of a program. Here is an example of what I mean.

    Instead of the output being like this:

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    WELCOME
    HOW ARE YOU DOING?
    I want it to be like this:

    Code:
    WELCOME 
    
    HOW ARE YOU DOING?
    So what I want to know is how to make a space like that.
    Thanks. This isn't urgent or anything, just wanted to make the output of the program easier to read.
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    You can send a new-line character. You could also use endl - this'll flush output too.

    Code:
    cout << "WELCOME\n\nHOW ARE YOU DOING?";
    cout << "WELCOME" << endl << endl << "HOW ARE YOU DOING?";

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentral
    Hellooooooo, I have a question about making spaces between the output of a program. Here is an example of what I mean.

    Instead of the output being like this:

    Code:
    WELCOME
    HOW ARE YOU DOING?
    I want it to be like this:

    Code:
    WELCOME 
    
    HOW ARE YOU DOING?
    So what I want to know is how to make a space like that.
    Thanks. This isn't urgent or anything, just wanted to make the output of the program easier to read.
    logic is simple:
    first line: put message
    second line: put a newline '\n'
    third line: put message

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    OKKKKKKK. I understand it now. Now the program output looks reasonable, instead of some ridiculous pile of words. HAHA. Thanks.
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