Hello, I am new to c++ and attempting the for command. This is my code

#include<iostream>
#include<string>

int main()
{
    for (int x=1; x<=10; x++)
    {
       cout <<"Hello";    
    }
}

but the error : undeclared identifier comes up for cout.
I have tried other commands such as cin but none of them works inside the brackets.( For{})
Please help thanks.

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Try putting

using namespace std;

after your include statements.
Also I'd put

return 0;

before your last }

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Try putting

using namespace std;

after your include statements.
Also I'd put

return 0;

before your last }

Nevermind i fixed it.
I forgot to put using namespace std; :(
Thanks for your help though.

Ok no problem. Please mark the thread solved if you have no other questions. Thanks.

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