my library is
Do i need the std:: part on ostringstream if i have included both string and cstring, just to be safe?
I #include <sstream>, and i found out i don't need that std:: part. What is the purpose to the std:: part anyways?
Also for some reason my code outputs nothing, it should return the string.
string Add(double A, double B)
Hide = "";
if( B > 0)
C = A;
D = B;
X = C/D;
o << X;
Hide = o.str();
Hide = "Illegal Division By Zero";
it doesn't return the 0.75 if i have 3,4
cout << "\n\n";
nor does it return the Hide = "Illegal Division By Zero"; line if i put 0 for B.