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Hi everyone,

I am a beginning programmer in C++ learning this on my own with the help from fellow experts-exchange comrades, with two question hoping someone can help.  The first, I would like two get everyone's input on which is the best way to learn the C++ programming language? On your own or in an acedemic environment ?

The second, I am trying to compile this source file taken from Sams teach yourself C++ in 21days Ex.1. p.21 using Borland's C++ Comiler 5.5.1, but i am getting these error messages:

//Exercise 1 ch.1

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
  int x = 5;
  int y = 7;
  std::cout << "\n";
  std::cout << x + y << " " << x * Y;
  std::cout << "\n";
  return 0;
}

Warning W8084 Ex1.cpp 10: Suggest parenthesis to clarify precedence in function main()
Error E2451 Ex1.cpp 10: Undefined symbol in function main()
Warning W8004 Ex1.cpp 13: 'x' is assigned a value that is never used in the function main()
Warning W8004 Ex1.cpp 13: 'y' is assigned a value that is never used in the function main()
****1 errors in compile****


Thanks, it's great to have joined a site with so much IT related assistance and information!!!!
Studious01

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Either way is acceptable. I learned C in an academic environment, taught myself c++/java/python....
To me, it just helps to have someone around that knows what they're doing to explain things.

Try using parens around the x + y  and x * y  and it will work.  also on that same line, change it from a Y to a y.
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The parens should look like:

std::cout << (x+y) << " " << (x*y);
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Thanks, nagraves that did!
Just required a little more effort.
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