``````#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>

using namespace std;

int main();

{

cout << "***************************************...
cout << "** Revenue for Bayou Broadway Theater **\n";
cout << "***************************************...

const double balcony = 59.95;
const double mezzanine = 99.95;
const double orchestra = 139.95;
int balconyTickets, mezzanineTickets, orchestraTickets;
double balconyRevenue, mezzanineRevenue, orchestraRevenue, totalRevenue;

// Calculates the number of balcony tickets sold.
cout << "Enter the number of tickets sold for balcony --> ";
cin >> balconyTickets;

// Calculates the number of mezzanine tickets sold.
cout << "Enter the number of tickets sold for mezzanine --> ";
cin >> mezzanineTickets;

// Calculates the number of orchestra tickets sold.
cout <<"Enter the number of tickets sold for orchestra --> ";
cin >> orchestraTickets;

// Calculates the revenue from balcony tickets sold.
balconyRevenue = balcony * balconyTickets;

// Calculates the revenue from mezzanine tickets sold.
mezzanineRevenue = mezzanine * mezzanineTickets;

// Calculates the revenue from orchestra tickets sold.
orchestraRevenue = orchestra * orchestraTickets;

// Calculates the total revenue of tickets from the three sections.
totalRevenue = balconyRevenue + mezzanineRevenue + orchestraRevenue
``````

## All 5 Replies

You are missing a return stament in your main function as well as a closing curly brace for the main function.

return statement as in return 0; ?

Ok i'm down to this now i tried using an online compiler and it coimpiled it and showed me the text but for some reason visual basic is not compiling it

here is the final code i was using

``````#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
const double balcony = 59.95;
const double mezzanine = 99.95;
const double orchestra = 139.95;
int balconyTickets, mezzanineTickets, orchestraTickets;
double balconyRevenue, mezzanineRevenue, orchestraRevenue, totalRevenue;
// Calculates the number of balcony tickets sold.
cout << "Enter the number of tickets sold for balcony --> ";
cin >> balconyTickets;
// Calculates the number of mezzanine tickets sold.
cout << "Enter the number of tickets sold for mezzanine --> ";
cin >> mezzanineTickets;
// Calculates the number of orchestra tickets sold.
cout <<"Enter the number of tickets sold for orchestra --> ";
cin >> orchestraTickets;
// Calculates the revenue from balcony tickets sold.
balconyRevenue = balcony * balconyTickets;
// Calculates the revenue from mezzanine tickets sold.
mezzanineRevenue = mezzanine * mezzanineTickets;
// Calculates the revenue from orchestra tickets sold.
orchestraRevenue = orchestra * orchestraTickets;
// Calculates the total revenue of tickets from the three sections.
totalRevenue = balconyRevenue + mezzanineRevenue + orchestraRevenue;

return 0;
}
``````

for some reason visual basic is not compiling it

Visual Basic won't compile C++ code. Visual Basic is for working with Visual Basic code.

To compile C++ code, you need a C++ compiler.

Use Code blocks for c++ :)

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