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    What have i got?

    Hey guys i was playing around making a C++ program! First i made a file called unix.cpp and here is the code inside it.
    #include <iostream.h>
    #include <string.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>

    void telnet()
    {
    cout<<"\tSLACKWARE 2005"<<"\n";
    cout<<"\tThis program will only be used for good intesions or face the consequene"<<"\n"<<"\tces"<<"\n";
    char inp[2334];
    cout<<"\tThis is a telnet program based on UNIX";
    }
    void ls()
    {
    char in[3];
    cout<<"okay let me experiment ls on dos"<<"\n";
    cout<<"type in ls"<<" ";
    cin.getline(in, 3, '\n');
    if(in[3] == 'ls')
    {
    system("dir");
    }
    }
    int main()
    {
    ls();
    telnet();
    return 0;
    }

    when i finished doing that. I made the final one.
    #include <iostream.h>
    #include <string.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <stdio.h>

    int main(int a)
    {
    FILE *m;
    m = fopen("unix.cpp","w");
    int l;
    l = 300;
    if(l != a)
    {
    cout<<m;
    }
    return 0;
    }
    I compiled and ran it and i got this 0x40d238 guys what the hell is that!!

  2. #2
    I believe that is a memory location, but I'm not familiar enough with c++ to give you a true answer. I think your problem is around here
    FILE *m;
    m = fopen("unix.cpp","w"); //this being the problem
    int l;
    l = 300;
    if(l != a)
    {
    cout<<m; //here too
    }

    I know at with java at least you will get that sort of number when the memory location of a string is returned.

    Edit:
    Looking at your code it looks like you are trying to output the source of unix.cpp? If you are trying to run the code from unix.cpp then I think you are going about it wrong by using cout<<

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