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mr0dd

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C++:
#include <iostream>

int main()
{
	cout << "Hello, everyone! My name here is Mr0dd, but you can call me Owen!";
};
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Solaire

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Cout is undefined....
Heh. The working code would be:

C++:
#include <iostream>
 
//Entry point
int main()
{
    //I prefer to add a new line after printing text to keep things tidy :P
    //The std:: prefix is to prevent the mixing up of functions (Not really an issue here, but
    //when you get further in C++ it will start to become one).
    std::cout << "Hello, everyone! My name here is Mr0dd, but you can call me Owen!" << std::endl;

    //Tell the program everything ran just fine :D
    return 0;
}
 

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C++:
#include <iostream>

int main()
{
	cout << "Hello, everyone! My name here is Mr0dd, but you can call me Owen!";
};
;)
Welcome to the community! ^^

Heh. The working code would be:

C++:
#include <iostream>
 
//Entry point
int main()
{
    //I prefer to add a new line after printing text to keep things tidy :P
    //The std:: prefix is to prevent the mixing up of functions (Not really an issue here, but
    //when you get further in C++ it will start to become one).
    std::cout << "Hello, everyone! My name here is Mr0dd, but you can call me Owen!" << std::endl;

    //Tell the program everything ran just fine :D
    return 0;
}
I'm taking note of this one. Thanx Krampus!
 

Solaire

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I'm taking note of this one. Thanx Krampus!
Haha sweet beans :p. I will mention that I made a bit of an error in explaining, std:: tells the program that the function is in the standard namespace, which then keeps us from mixing up our function with one from another namespace :p
 

mr0dd

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Haha sweet beans :p. I will mention that I made a bit of an error in explaining, std:: tells the program that the function is in the standard namespace, which then keeps us from mixing up our function with one from another namespace :p
Even in my introduction, I'm still learning more things! Thanks!
 

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Haha sweet beans :p. I will mention that I made a bit of an error in explaining, std:: tells the program that the function is in the standard namespace, which then keeps us from mixing up our function with one from another namespace :p
Noted. Thanx for pointing it out!
 

till0sch

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Cout is undefined....
Heh. The working code would be:

C++:
#include <iostream>
 
//Entry point
int main()
{
    std::cout << "Hello, everyone! My name here is Mr0dd, but you can call me Owen!" << std::endl;

    //Tell the program everything ran just fine :D
    return 0;
}


why you gotta ruin this xdd


Welcome to the forums however
 

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Welcome to GuidedHacking.com! Lots of great information here, make sure you perform a search before you make a thread, most questions have already been asked before. For everything else we are here to help.
 

mr0dd

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Welcome to GuidedHacking.com! Lots of great information here, make sure you perform a search before you make a thread, most questions have already been asked before. For everything else we are here to help.
why you gotta ruin this xdd


Welcome to the forums however
It's great having a warm welcome from a community that I can learn from.
 

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Later reply but welcome to GuidedHacking, That's a pretty clever introduction btw :D
 
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