hey i guess anyone here cud be able to help me.......

i wanna start learning C++ n i dont know where to get a decent C++ compiler.....

i have tried "Borland C++ 4.5" n i dont know why it shows wierd errors to me......

one of my friend who knows a little C++ but does'nt know where to download it from wrote a code to print a sentence n it showed 3 errors, then i tried some online source.....i wrote the beginning code to print a sentence...showed 3 errors again..

then i went to:
cplusplus
n found this code in the tutorial which was pretty much same as my earlier one

// my first program in C++

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main ()
{
  cout << "Hello World!";
  return 0;
}

and it still showed quite some errors

SOO CUD ANY1 HERE PLZ TELL ME WHERE CAN I FIND A FINE COMPILER...I REALLY WANNA LEARN IT....PLZ HELP ME......BEFORE I LOOSE ALL MY INTREST LOL........

THX GUYS...........

Comments
Learn how to spell

Try reading the Read Me threads at the beginning of this board. And stop using all caps because its considered very rude to shout at us.

>>and it still showed quite some errors
Can't help you if you don't post the exact error message(s)

i have written the errors in code itself.....

//i have listed the errors as comments

#include <iostream>  // unable to open and include file 'IOSTREAM'
using namespace std;  //Declartion syntax error

int main ()
{
  cout << "Hello World!";  //undefined symbol 'cout' in function main()
  return 0;
}

thx

I think you need to get a newer compiler that supports current c++. Dev-C++ is free and used by many people. Also VC++ 2005 Express is free and actually a better compiler, but a little more difficult to learn how to use. There are several other compilers too.

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