I'M reading "C++ FOR DUMMIES" 4th edition by Stephen Randy Davis and the chapter on arrays as just introduced this line ->
cout.width(3); with absolutly no explanation to waht width is. I would like any of you guys to help me wout here but in addition to telling what .width is please also explain to me how I can find this kind of info out on my own. I know that cout is part of std but I don't really understand std. As far as I know it's a library that I've not seen nor do I know where to find it. But knowing that cout is part of std and that width was acccessed through cout, I'M assuming that if I can see into std I could find out for myself what width is.