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Dev C++ G Exe Has Stopped Working

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Feb 14, 2015 Keep in touch and stay productive with Teams and Office 365, even when you're working remotely. Learn how to collaborate with Office 365. Apr 16, 2015 Whats New in Samsung Galaxy S7 and Hidden Features. Today we talking Samsung Galaxy S7 so long with my expectations too with a couple of months after the fact we had the Samsung Galaxy S. Mar 30, 2013  I use dev c on my dell xps 8500. 64 bit system windows 7 home premium i have been studying some algorithms and now i wanted to try them out. But the problem i face is that THE EXE FILE CREATED AFTER COMPILATION DOESNT DISPLAY ANYTHING AT ALL I MEAN EVEN IF ALGORITHM IS POOR LIKE BRUTE FORCE OR SOMETHING IT SHOULD SHOW OVERFLOW OR TIMEOUT OR.

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thanks for your concern ..
I AM QUITE KEEN TO MAKE SOME PROGRESS IN INFORMATICS OLYMPIAD AND ACM-ICPC BUT ALL THESE TECHNICAL YET NON-ALGORITHMIC PROBLEMS ARE POSING A BIG PROBLEM
by the way if u just have time the competition website is http://www.iarcs.org.in/inoi/about_gcc.php
or just just google ' inoi ' its the first result
Switching from Turbo C++ to gcc/gpp: Some common problems
IARCS home > OLYMPIAD > Current
Do not use
#include <conio.h>
You will not need any functions from this header (e.g., clrscr(), getch()).
Note: The Dev-C++ and Code::Blocks compilers are based on gcc, but both of them allow some non-gcc header files, notably conio.h. Please rememmber not to use conio.h, otherwise your programs will not compile under gcc on the evaluation server.
For C++ header files such as iostream.h, leave out the suffix .h when including the file. That is, use
#include <iostream>
rather than
#include <iostream.h>
Note: The does not apply to C header files such as stdio.h. For C header files, include the suffix .h, as usual. For example:
#include <stdio.h>
After the header files, add the line
using namespace std;
to ensure that C++ finds the functions cin and cout.
Define main as int main() rather than void main().
To summarize, here is how a typical C++ program using gcc/gpp would look:
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main(){
cout << 'Hello worldn';
}
this is what that site says
MY DEV C++ IS FROM ORWELL , LIKE I SAID I KNOW VERY VERY WELL WHAT DOES A BASIC HELLO WORLD PROGRAM LOOK LIKE IN TURBO C++ AS WELL AS WHATEVER THIS GCC /ANSI /MINGW (I DONT KNOW WHAT TO CALL THIS VERSION WHERE using namespace std; is compulsory)
BUT THATS WHAT MY PROBLEM IS THE EXE BLACK SCREEN STAYS BLANK (NOT UNRESPONSIVE IT CAN BE CLOSED WITH (ALT +F4) BUT NO OUTPUT AT ALL NOR THERE IS ANY DIAGNOSTIC STATEMENT )
THIS PROBLEM REPEATS AFTER EVERY 10 DAYS SO,
I REINSTALL THE COMPILER AGAIN N AGAIN AND RECACHE ALL HEADER FILES THEN THE PROBLEM IS RECTIFIED
THANKS AGAIN