So, this is the little compound interest program i wrote that is due tommorow.
As far as I can tell it should be working, but it says something about an undefined reference? All help appreciated.

#include <cstdlib>
#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
#include <iomanip>
using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char *argv[])

{
double computeInterest(double princ, double interest, double A, int time);
void printEarning(double A, double princ);
          char go='y';
double princ, interest, A, interestEarned;
bool repeat(char go);
int time;
int n=0, m=1;


    do{
             cout<<"Please enter the Principle Value:"<<endl;
cin>>princ;
cout<<"Please enter the interest rate in %:"<<endl;
cin>>interest;
cout<<"Please enter the amount of time in years:"<<endl;
cin>>time;
cout<<setw(5);
cout<< "Year\tBegin Balance\tInterest Earned\tEnding Balance"<<endl;
cout<< "----------------------------------------------------"<<endl;
A=princ;
             for (n=time;m<=time;++m)
             {
                 princ=A;
                 cout<<m<<" "<<princ<<"\t"<<endl;
                 computeInterest(princ, interest, A, time);
                 printEarning(A, princ);
                 
              
                 
             }
    cout<<"Repeat program? (Y)es/(N)o"<<endl;
    cin>>go;
             
             }while(go=='y'||go=='Y')

;    system("PAUSE");
    return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

double computeInterest(int princ, double interest, double A, int time)
{
                    
A=princ*(1+interest);
A=pow(A, time);
A=A-princ;
return A;
}
void printEarning(double A, double princ)
{
              cout<<A<<"\t"<<A+princ<<endl;
              }

Could actually post that specific error message please. I presume it says 'undefined reference to *something*'

it says [Linker error] undefined reference to `computeInterest(double, double, double, int)'

it should be declared outside main.

Yes your function definition is inside main.

instead of:

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    double computeInterest(double princ, double interest, double A, int time);
.
.
.
}

do

double computeInterest(double princ, double interest, double A, int time );

int main( int argc, char *argv[])
{
.
.
.
}

still getting same error... i know, amazing.

This is because your forward declaration doesn't match the implementation.
Look here:

double computeInterest(double princ, double interest, double A, int time);
double computeInterest(int princ, double interest, double A, int time)
{
                    
A=princ*(1+interest);
A=pow(A, time);
A=A-princ;
return A;
}

In the implementation you are attempting to take an int as the first parameter and not a double as you declared.
Also, it is good programming practice to implement main last. This way you won't need to forward declare all of your functions.