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    Anyway, wcout fixed it wchar_t...

    Anyway, wcout fixed it

    wchar_t username[UNLEN +1];
    DWORD username_len = UNLEN + 1;
    GetUserName(username, &username_len);
    wcout << username <<"\n";

    Thanks
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    Well I tried this one as well: wchar_t...

    Well I tried this one as well:


    wchar_t username[UNLEN +1];
    DWORD username_len = UNLEN + 1;
    GetUserName(username, &username_len);
    cout << username<<"\n";

    Still isn't...
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    Getting current user username

    Hello,

    I tried the code as follows:


    #include <windows.h>
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <Lmcons.h>
    #include <string>
    #include <iostream>
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    Sticky: Thanks for the links!

    Thanks for the links!
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    When I had a forum in the past, I was...

    When I had a forum in the past, I was experiencing some "down" times which is clearly up server's fault.
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    Sticky: Yes I agree, this free tutorial is far from the...

    Yes I agree, this free tutorial is far from the best that exist on the internet on C++. Good job!
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    Have you tried making a new project with the same...

    Have you tried making a new project with the same code to see if that happens again?
    Also is codeblocks compatibility available for your version of win8? I haven't really checked code::blocks...
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    I would check the links that forum members...

    I would check the links that forum members provide above on the sticky and make a big google search.
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    Sticky: Thanks for the links ;)

    Thanks for the links ;)
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    Sticky: Very useful, thanks

    Very useful, thanks
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    Sticky: Thanks!

    Thanks!
  12. I'd go with Joomla, looks and feels more...

    I'd go with Joomla, looks and feels more proffesional
  13. How about this: #include...

    How about this:


    #include<iostream>
    #include<string>
    using namespace std;
    int main()
    {
    string s = "qwert\byui";
    cout << s << endl << endl;
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    Just a little boost: #include ...

    Just a little boost:



    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;

    void fun(const int b[], int n)
    {
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