clearing output buffer?
what i want is, for the second cout to print x as 64 instead of 0x64...
int main ()
int x = 100;
cout << showbase << setbase(16) << x << endl;
cout << setbase(16) << x << endl;
how do i "clear" the command from the above cout ?
sry for bad english :P
oh, i finished my book about the basics of cpp...
and ehm, i want make programs that have some GUI and comunicate with windows...
can you guys advice me some books on gui and windows programming ?
>> how do i "clear" the command from the above cout