I wrote up a string of code that checks if a given number n , is prime or not, and returns true or false accordingly.
When I try to compile it using cygwin with g++ std=c++11 -o PrimeChecker.cpp it gives me a whole lot of errors such as stray ‘253’ in program and stray ‘302’ in program on lines 15, 22, 30 (which are all the lines with the cout statements)
I do not understand what is wrong here. It looks to me as if I have everything written correctly.
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where two less-than characters are expected:
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К сабжу не относится, но у вас странное представление о чтении файла:
А если по делу, проверьте что у вас после cout стоит >> вместо »
I wrote a program using nano and tried to compile it using gcc command on Lx-terminal. It’s showing stray error. Can anyone tell me what is the problem? For simple «hello world» program also is showing errors.
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The problem is with your printf line.
you are missing the closing parenthesis «)«, You are also missing quotes around the text «Hello World»
change that line to:
Your final code should look like this
You can then compile it with this command:
You should now have an executable called helloworld that can be run by typing: