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What is the meaning in C++ when it reads:
do not let anybody to lostream.h- void{main} void
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by:Shay050799
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what ??????????
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by:hongjun
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Is this an error message? If yes please give more details as to what causes this error.

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by:KangaRoo
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"do not let anybody to lostream.h- void{main} void"
The meaning in C++? It is ill formed.

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by:alcindor
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The meaning is Garbage - Roger
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LOL,I know it..RooP:

It means if we cannot understand it,then You will raise the point...

Right?
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by:Wyn
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->do not let anybody to lostream.h- void{main} void
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lostream.h- void{main} void is not a verb...
So,it means it's a sample of grammar error...
You should not speak English in that way...



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???

What's under the hood?

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