hello_world.cpp

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/* IEEE TAMU C++ Workshop #1 Basics of Cpp Oneal Abdulrahim */ #include <iostream> // allows us to input and output #include <string> // allows us to use strings /* not entirely necessary, but tell the compiler that symbol names defined in the std namespace are to be brought into your program's scope */ using namespace std; // our program will look to main to execute code first int main() { string user_name; // declare new string cout << "Who are you? "; // Asks question, "endl" makes new line cin >> user_name; // get's user name // \n breaks the line, so we have a new line before the text is printed
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  • Fall '16
  • dcdc
  • yu, IEEE TAMU C++, Oneal Abdulrahim */

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