How is it possible that my program asked to cout a bool variable writes 104 on the display? Even if the variable wasn't initialized, it should display 0 or 1 I thought? Another thing is that it seems to be initialized and to go wild at one moment.
We're not physics. Post your code! Its probably something wrong with your program. Maybe the "1" in "104" is your boolean variable and the 04 is something else. Read More
OK, then try to figure out how to pass the switches to the compiler. I don't have Dev-C++, but generally these options are found via something like; Project / Settings / Compiler / Compiler Options. Can you find anything similar in Dev-C++? Here is a link to the GCC [URL="http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.3.6/gcc/Warning-Options.html#Warning-Options"]Options … Read More
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