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    Finding the windows version...

    Hey guys,

    I have searched everywhere, and I can't find a good way to identify the windows version. Just to let you know what's going on, take a look at my algorithm:


    #include <iostream.h>...
  2. oh yeah, I'm sorry about that backslash thing......

    oh yeah, I'm sorry about that backslash thing... I'm just so used to linux where I would say:


    char SystemCommand[] = "cp /home/file.txt /home/newfolder/file.txt";

    So sorry. That wasn't...
  3. Thanks a million! By the way, is there anything...

    Thanks a million! By the way, is there anything wrong if I wanted to include a non-standard header file like windows.h with ANSI standard header files. Somebody told me that this is bad practice....
  4. Yes for windows I am. I also use gcc for linux,...

    Yes for windows I am. I also use gcc for linux, but I haven't tried it for linux.
  5. I'm sorry... but that's wierd. Why would using...

    I'm sorry... but that's wierd. Why would using the ANSI standard header files with declare the namespace std make a drastic difference? Maybe my compiler's header files are messed up. Thanks for...
  6. Invoking system commands... "A better way?"

    Hey... I always hear that it's considered bad to use system commands. It seems like you sometimes have to use a dos or unix command! However, I have also noticed that you can't use a string...
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