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    borland builer 6.0

    hi, i've recen tly down loaded the new builer 6.0
    i have only use turbo C++ before, i am have problems running
    simple code. when i compile the error i get is "undefined 'cout'"

    code already written when i open new form
    on page Unit1.cpp

    on page Unit1.cpp
    #include <vcl.h>
    #pragma hdrstop
    #include "Unit1.h"
    #pragma package (smart_int)
    #pragma resource ".dfm"
    _fastcall tform1::tfrom1(Tcomponent*owner)
    : Tform(owner)
     on page Unit.h
    #ifndef Unit1H
    #define UnitH
    #include <Classes.hpp>
    #include <countrols.hpp>
    #include <stdctrls.hpp>
    #include <forms.hpp>
    class tfroms : public tfroms
            _fastcall tforms(tcomponent* owner);
    my add in  code
    int main()
       retun 0;
    ive tried to add my code in both Unit1.cpp and Unit.h
    neither has worked, ive tried the help option, but alot of the code that i start with ive never seen before, so i dont really know what to look for. please help me get started
    what makes the code not recognize the "cout"?
    thank you
    Last edited by shooric81; 06-07-2006 at 11:45 PM.

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    std::cout << "hello";
    or specify a namespace.

    By the way create a console app. I've never used builder, but it seems like that pre-existing code is for a windows app using a drag'n'drop interface.
    Last edited by Kurisu; 06-08-2006 at 12:51 AM.

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    > what makes the code not recognize the "cout"?
    I see no
    using namespace std;

    Or perhaps try
    std::cout << "hello world";
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