c++ command lines

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    c++ command lines

    could some on give me a web site that says all the commands for doss mode for each library
    eg.

    iostream:
    cout<<"...";
    cin>>...;
    .........
    stdio:
    printf("...");
    scanf(...);

    thanx


    oh and how do you put the pics under your name?

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    sorry i also forgot to include "also what do they do"

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    http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/libc_help.zip

    In your profile, since you've posted more than once, you now have an option for an "avatar", the picture under your name.
    Allegro precompiled Installer for Dev-C++, MSVC, and Borland: http://galileo.spaceports.com/~springs/

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    were do i find it to put it on

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    never mind i fiquered it out

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    I'm not sure I understand you.

    If you have the header files for these, just look at them to see all of the functions in them. Iostream may be a bit difficult to look at this way, but it will help.

    I'm assuming you do not have a help file or an IDE. Most commercial IDEs provide help files (Borland, Microsoft, even the free RHIDE for DJGPP)

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    ive got msvc++ 6.0 but the help files dont work and i find it hard to understand the header file source code

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    If you can be online this will be better for you:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/

    From here, navigate using the frame on the left and go:
    Visual Tools and Languages -> Visual Studio 6.0 -> Visual C and C++ 6.0 -> Product Documentation -> Visual C++ Documentation Map -> .Visual C++ Documentation Map.

    There you will have all the help items your compiler would normally have (and maybe then some). You can now navigate in the main, right-hand frame.

    -Justin
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    If you have VC++ you don't need to got to the web site just look it up under msdn that comes on a cd with VC++

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