I saw many students facing Dev C++ Problem with 64 bit. Here is the Solution of Dev C++ Problem with 64 bit.
the header file <iostream.h> is no more supportable in new versions of DevC++ so this header file does not exit in Dev Library.
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So here's are 2 Solution ideas:
Dev C++ Solution :1If u want to do same as given in handouts, the old version
then download the attached file and add that file in the following directory
C:\Program Files (x86)\Dev-Cpp\MinGW64\include
You will see the warning , but your C++ code will be compile and will run In shaa Allah
Dev C++ Solution : 21. Use #include <iostream> instead of <iostream.h>
2. As all the all the library classes are in the std:: namespace, so add using namespace std;
3. and whenever you will use cout or cin or other iostream functions add std:: with them
here's a sample of your first program.
same as if u want to take some Input from user here it is:
hope it will be Help You all.
Download Dev c++ iostream.h File
iostream.h, 2 KB
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