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C++ FIRST PROGRAM RUNNING PROBLEM

kishor007kishor007 Posts: 8Member
hi...

I am new to programming lenguage C++.
When i try to run following program in turboc++(ver 3.0)
[code]1 // Fig. 2.1: fig02_01.cpp
2 // Text-printing program.
3 #include // allows program to output data to the screen
4
5 // function main begins program execution
6 int main()
7 {
8 std::cout << "Welcome to C++!
"; // display message
9
10 return 0; // indicate that program ended successfully
11
12 } // end function main
[/code]
then it shows an error that.

FATAL FIRST.CPP 1:unable to create output file 'C:TURBOC3SOURCEFIRST.OBJ'

can anyone please help that why is this error is coming and how to
remove this error..


thanks in advance

Comments

  • Pelle-48Pelle-48 Posts: 43Member
    Test this program (it works with my Borland C++4):

    // Fig. 2.1: fig02_01.cpp
    // Text-printing program.
    #include // allows program to output data to the screen

    // function main begins program execution
    int main(void)
    {
    cout << "Welcome to C++!
    "; // display message

    return 0; // indicate that program ended successfully

    } // end function main

  • kishor007kishor007 Posts: 8Member
    but i want it to be run with my turbo c++(ver-3).plz help any suggestions that a error message is displaying..

    Thanks for quick reply.
  • Pelle-48Pelle-48 Posts: 43Member
    Is my program working with your Turbo C++ version 3 ?
    I have not seen any C or C++ with numbers starting each line.
    I have not seen any STD::
    Have you tested these?

  • kishor007kishor007 Posts: 8Member
    : Is my program working with your Turbo C++ version 3 ?
    yes i try to run it but it is same as early not running.
    : I have not seen any C or C++ with numbers starting each line.
    these number are number from when i copy this from book in actual when i write this on turboc++ version-3 i eliminated numbers
    : I have not seen any STD::
    in next u can see this is actual code
    [code]1 // Fig. 2.1: fig02_01.cpp
    2 // Text-printing program.
    3 #include // allows program to output data to the screen
    4
    5 // function main begins program execution
    6 int main()
    7 {
    8 std::cout << "Welcome to C++!
    "; // display message
    9
    10 return 0; // indicate that program ended successfully
    11
    12 } // end function main
    [/code]
    : Have you tested these?
    all i tested but it is same problem??
    :
    :
    help any further suggestion for this problem???

  • kishor007kishor007 Posts: 8Member
    : Is my program working with your Turbo C++ version 3 ?
    yes i try to run it but it is same as early not running.
    : I have not seen any C or C++ with numbers starting each line.
    these number are number from when i copy this from book in actual when i write this on turboc++ version-3 i eliminated numbers
    : I have not seen any STD::
    in next u can see this is actual code
    [code]1 // Fig. 2.1: fig02_01.cpp
    2 // Text-printing program.
    3 #include // allows program to output data to the screen
    4
    5 // function main begins program execution
    6 int main()
    7 {
    8 std::cout << "Welcome to C++!
    "; // display message
    9
    10 return 0; // indicate that program ended successfully
    11
    12 } // end function main
    [/code]
    : Have you tested these?
    all i tested but it is same problem??
    :
    :
    help any further suggestion for this problem???

  • kishor007kishor007 Posts: 8Member
    : Is my program working with your Turbo C++ version 3 ?
    i try it but not working yet
    : I have not seen any C or C++ with numbers starting each line.
    just for programming lines start from copy from book
    : I have not seen any STD::
    In this this is actual code you can test it here
    [code]1 // Fig. 2.1: fig02_01.cpp
    2 // Text-printing program.
    3 #include // allows program to output data to the screen
    4
    5 // function main begins program execution
    6 int main()
    7 {
    8 std::cout << "Welcome to C++!
    "; // display message
    9
    10 return 0; // indicate that program ended successfully
    11
    12 } // end function main
    [/code]
    : Have you tested these?
    yes i tested these.But problem is as it is??
    :
    :
    any further suggestion for this problem
    Thanks for Quick reply

  • Pelle-48Pelle-48 Posts: 43Member
    Something must be wrong with your compiler.
    I have downloaded Turbo C++ version 3.00 and it works with my code. Make a new free download and also download Borland C++ version 5.5 You should also test some code on Rosetta Code. It is a very good place for programmers and you can compare C++ with other languages.
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