I messed with C++ my first year in programming, and now as an AP student its all Java focused. As I want to be a game programmer I decided to get back to learning C++ because I've heard its often used.
So, I downloaded Bloodshed Dev-C++, which was reccomended by a guy I know.
Well, I pulled up a website tutorial, typed up the most basic "Hello World" application to reaquaint from square one, and upon compiling it...
It calls <iostream.h> an antiquated header. It says to reference some standard 32 headers or whatnot somewhere...I'm not too knowlageable in the world wide use of C++, or any language, as I've only had local useage, but when the heck does someone just decide to up and change a standard language?
In closing though, whats wrong with the program? I've the code below...
//include this file for cout
//print out the text string, "Hello, World!"
cout << "Hello, World!" << endl;