Posted on 2004-08-26
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Last Modified: 2010-04-01
I have the follwoing code,

I have a block of code printing to printer.

the problem is that after the code to print is executed, e.g.

      printT <<"\n\n Customer ID:" << CustID;

the code to close open files and rename temporary files is not executing.
for example, if i type

cout << "I GOT HERE"; before code to close files, it print the phrase, but does not seem to be closing files.
if i place this code after the coe to close open files, it is not executing. the program seems to get stuckwhen ithas to lose open files.

what i going wrong.

Question by:claracruz

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ID: 11901449
could you post some more code to give more context, and maybe identify a problem?
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itsmeandnobodyelse earned 2000 total points
ID: 11905924
First, you should have a 'Rebuild All' to avoid problems that come from an invalid update built.

Second, is there any while loop or for loop where you are closing and renaming files? Maybe to evaluate a unique filename?

As carribus told you, we need some more code to help you.

Regards, Alex

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ID: 11923068
cout = text!
prout = printer

prout or pout << 
     T <<"\n\n Customer ID:" << CustID;


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