Is this legal becuase it does not work, the file is created according to the argument passed into the function ok but after closing it is blank, if i do it without the if statements it works fine.
void SolBoard::SaveGame(int myfile)
if(myfile == 0) //which file to write over.
if(myfile == 1)
if(myfile == 2)
for(countclick = 0; countclick < 49; countclick++)
Gamefile << moves_record[moves][countclick];
Gamefile<< " ";