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Well, I picked a compiler but I have a problem now

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Hi everyone.

I decided to go with Dev C++. At first I tried DJGPP, but I was unable to config it properly. I tried to follow the guides, but I had no luck. I think it couldn't find the libraries for C++ and they used different names, so I got errors and it wouldn't compile.

Now Dev C++ compiles the same prorgam without any errors. I am only writing basic programs without a GUI. When I click on the file I get to type something in, and then it races write through the program as I only have one cout paired with a cin statement and then another cout with the result.'

I know I can go through cmd.exe (running XP) and type my way there, but is there a command for a batch that can get me there too? or a program that can run my program without closing as soon as it gets to "return 0; }.

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u can specify void main() so that u won't need return value type
or make a getch (get character) at the end of the program, it will wait until u press a key. or
system(pause) ...

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