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  From the March 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
Standard C++:
Using cin and cout
Posted 17 years ago on 3/18/2003 and updated 12/23/2008
Take Away: Using cin and cout in C++ to output values.
 Tags: C , C++ , cplusplus , cin , cout , using , how to , usage


Input and Output

Example 1: Using cout

In C++ the cout command (pronounced c out) allows you to output values.

#include <iostream.h>;
cout << "Hello World!";
return 0;

Example 2: Using cin, cout, and declaring a char variable.

#include <iostream.h>;

char yourName[30];
cout << "What is your name? ";
cin >> yourName;
cout << "Hello " << yourName;
return 0;


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