Re: again a newbee question

good job on using int main, just don't forget a return 0; when you are done. between the printf and the closing brace.

On 4/13/2011 6:36 AM, ashish rohtagi wrote:
here is my code it compiles correctly but text just shows on the
screen for 1 second, I want it to stay. #include<stdio.h>

int main()
{
printf("I will learn programming!\n"); return(0);
}


On 4/13/11, DaShiell, Jude T.  CIV NAVAIR 1490, 1, 26
<jude.dashiell@xxxxxxxx>  wrote:
You didn't put your printf statement in your message, but let me make a
guess.  You didn't put a (\n) in before the closing quote mark so you
just put text on the screen without a line ending.  That could be one
contributing factor.  Another might be you didn't put an #include
<stdio.h>  statement in at the top of your program and maybe used
#include<conio.h>.  If that's the case, don't use printf with conio.h
unless you also include stdio.h.  For conio.h, cprintf is the function
you want.  Hope this helps.

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Subject: again a newbee question

friends, sorry here I am with another foolish question, sorry but here
is  no one to teach and I am learning myself. when I print any text on
screen using printf it quickly disappears. what should I do that it
should stay? take care, regards. ashish
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