Hi Everyone

A newbie here. When I have a programming question, do I start off by doing this first

#include <iostream>

int main( int argc, char **argv )
    std::cout << "Hello World" << std::endl;
    return 0;

or is that not right?

when I do inline code...

[inline code]

std::cout << "Hello World!!!" << std::endl;

[/inline code]

when I have questions about functions or methods, system call, even links and such...

= ENGLISH or can I just say EN

I am just wanting to make sure I am doing this right..


To wrap code without highlighting, you say:

// Your code here

To wrap code with highlighting, include the name of the language as given in the code snippets section:

// Your code here

It's best to avoid the icode tag until you've seen how other people use it.