I wasn't really sure where to put this. It's my first post on this board, and it might not be the last.
But anyways, I've been having trouble with that free compiler Dev C++ and I was wondering if anyone could help me.
I wrote a console based program that stored contacts (as in, people's address and phone number etc..) using classes and vectors. I didn't finish writing it, (minus a few list functions, and all the saving/loading) but I tied off all the loose ends and got it to compile. (Almost. At first I had to send it to a friend using gcc to compile and then send the program back to me just to proove to me it wasn't the code)
When it finally ran, nothing happened except I noticed it sitting around in the processes (I'm using XP sadly) taking up space, so I killed it. I figured since I had a prompt that it would at least stop there, and if somehow my program hadn't even made it that far, I decided to put a system("PAUSE"); in at the very beginning to see if it got that far, and it did. So I took that one out, and put one in a little after some output and other commands should've finished, but it only displayed the system("PAUSE");. This is boggling my mind, and no one else has been able to help me with this problem. If it persists, I'll uninstall DevC++ but I'd prefer not to.
Any help would be appreciated.