This might be an easy question for most of you I guess.
I want to use "using std::iostream" or similar first in my cpp-files. This is because I have a lot of "cout" and "endl" in my code and it would be dirty code if I have to replace it with "std::cout" and "std::endl". See the attached file for a complete project in VC++ 6.0. But the compiler won't allow this. It won't recognize the cout and endl words, why?
Programmer's Notepad is, one of the best free text editing tools available, simply because the developers appear to have second-guessed every weird problem or issue a programmer is likely to run into.
One of these problems is selecting and deleti…
Jaspersoft Studio is a plugin for Eclipse that lets you create reports from a datasource. In this article, we'll go over creating a report from a default template and setting up a datasource that connects to your database.
The viewer will learn how to use the return statement in functions in C++. The video will also teach the user how to pass data to a function and have the function return data back for further processing.