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  1. ┌∩┐(â—•_â—•)┌∩┐ Fuck the new layout on YouTube… COPY AND PASTE IF U DONT LIKE THE NEW LAYOUT 1 week ago

  2. ∩┐(â—•_â—•)┌∩┐ Fuck the new layout on YouTube… COPY AND PASTE IF U DONT LIKE THE NEW LAYOUT

  3. ∩┐(â—•_â—•)┌∩┐ Fuck the new layout on YouTube… COPY AND PASTE IF U DONT LIKE THE NEW LAYOUT

  4. ∩┐(â—•_â—•)┌∩┐ Fuck the new layout on YouTube… COPY AND PASTE IF U DONT LIKE THE NEW LAYOUT

  5. when i compile and run it, it gives me an x next to.. using namespace std; it says ‘using’ undeclared (first use in this function). could i get some help?

  6. @CatalystHackz He is probably just doing that to make it more obvious about what endl does. An even easier way is to use the endline character

    cout << "Hey now brown cow.n";

  7. This is a easier/faster way of doing the endl;

    Instead of making a whole new line dedicated to it, you can do this:

    cout << "Hey now brown cow." << endl;So it's on the same line, and it's less typing.

  8. it have a problem when i doe comile and run it always has this line as a x and im like having problems with every line for some reason

    line
    count << endl;

  9. Nice work man, your clear, you define your terms and you keep it simple for us ig’nant folks out there trying to get our foot in the C++ door. Keep the tuts coming!

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