can't include iostream.h

Perry Smith pedz@easesoftware.com
Thu Apr 13 21:30:00 GMT 2006


The compiler will create an executable.  Are you running the  
executable?  By default, I believe, it is called a.out  Or you can  
give it a name like:

gcc -o foo foo.c

where foo.c is your source file name and foo is the name of the  
executable.

Then execute foo with:

./foo

HTH
Perry

On Apr 13, 2006, at 11:56 AM, MaaSTaaR wrote:

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> Hello ...
>
> i tried it but the same problem don't print anything
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