I have finally "fixed" (really, many people here helped, ) my code, and now it compiles error-free which is nice; Upon runtime, though, it is apparent that the primary goal of this snippet of code is not accomplished, that is, "return the substring ("good") and allow it to act as a trigger for a function, a Boolean result which spits out a cout." Very relieved no errors at this point, but little designed results. Just some hints, etc should anyone care to assist.
using namespace std;
cout<< "Hello, how are you today?\n"<< endl;
char * pch;
pch=strstr (str, "good"); //Searching for “good” in ^ Char str
cout<< "I am glad to hear you are doing well today."<< endl;
cout<< "Is anything wrong at all? Would you like to discuss it? \n"<< endl;
return 0; //END