Thread: Problem With undefined reference to `WinMain@16' in Code::Blocks Version 10.5 2011

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    its not even that i didnt even get the initial question answered for starts! and when she tried to help it was totaly off topic she didn't specify that it was related then laser in a nice way was trying to ask me to go learn from books i do learn from books but i dont need to always do it Quote

    *You should:
    Write in proper sentences.
    Learn C++ from say, a beginner's book.
    Decide on the requirements of the program that you set out to write.*

    which is what laser was implying i get easily annoyed by being helped in a way where theres no freedom of learning in my own way its like im being forced out of my own way of learning to learn someone else imo more long tedious way no offense and its like laser knows everything that she can just say things and expect me to listen to them without even getting to the point or even specify how i learn and tell me in my own way of understanding or allow me to tell her thats all it is just that fact

    your probably gunna harsh me down now or something but thats fine whateva but im just saying when you ask a questions nicely and expect a question back nicely but at the same i would expect alittle bit more freedom thats why i was *annoyed*

    and i dont listen to non freedom based ways because its mean, harsh , forcefull and thats not the way to learn imo

    its like being yelled at nicely in a world of warcraft 10man raid :P not a fan

    i will say thanks for helping tho laser even if it was off topic from how i *percepted* it
    Open freedom even in my personality surprisingly

    oh elysia before you bash me for not following her way of learning i dont mind her way of learning its totally fine i wont *push her too do it tho*

    oh and i listened very clearly too what she said

    oh and btw based of this post i do not put the blame on anyone its just an overall philosophy clash * people make mistakes duh *

    good bye'

    unless someone hear can fix my problem in my own personal way of understanding and learning or you could teach me in your way aslong as it freedom based and i can make the meanings out fine
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    Separate your sentences!
    It was pointed out to you by laserlight that your code shouldn't compile. And why will it not compile? Because you failed to grasp the basic syntax of the language!
    That is why you were recommended to get a good beginner's book. Why? Because it is proven to be the most effective way to actually learn the basics which you seem to lack!
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    io.h certainly IS included in some modern compilers. It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

    Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless.

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    The OP should start with a book, and follow some examples.
    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
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