This is not nice behaviour on behalf of VC++, but at least it's liveable with (until I want to support Linux ;-). Read it appropriately, convert it if required, and read it into the string class. You can tell the compiler to look there in 2 ways: with the line, using namespace std; this tells the compiler to bring in all the names in the namespace std That worked perfectly!
This is not nice behaviour on behalf of VC++, but at least it's liveable with (until I want to support Linux ;-). 06-16-2009 #3 EVOEx View Profile View Forum Posts Registered ryocchin last edited by As I installed 4.8.0 from qt-win-opensource-4.8.0-vs2008.exe on my machine and tried to build it, nmake stopped with this error message; DefaultLocalizationStrategy.cpp(327) : “error C2001: newline in constant” This is almost always a missing end quote. #include
EDIT: @sixones asks in a follow up comment, here's a warning thrown from the use of TO_STRING; warning C4003: not enough actual parameters for macro 'TO_STRING_AUX' any ideas how to solve? Can anyone help point me in the right direction? It was built on English Windows 7 SP1(64-bit) with VS9, but I set "Language for non-Unicode programs" to Japanese as I work for some clients from Japan. That's UTF16.
Note: C++ does not support default-int 19>.\sql_locale.cc(670) : error C2059: syntax error : 'string' 19>.\sql_locale.cc(670) : error C2143: syntax error : missing ';' before '}' 19>.\sql_locale.cc(670) : error C2059: syntax error I don't know is Visual Studio handles UFT8-files, but if not the only safe solution seems to bee to distribute the source for Windows with all files encoded with 'Windows Unicode'. Starting freelancer career while already having customers Has there ever been a sideways H-tail on an airplane? Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply #4 Aphex19 Born again Pastafarian.
Save the file in Unicode format to prevent data loss 19>.\sql_locale.cc(1788) : error C2001: newline in constant 19>.\sql_locale.cc(1820) : error C2001: newline in constant 19>.\sql_locale.cc(2831) : fatal error C1004: unexpected end-of-file So you could do something like this: Code: const wchar_t ARROW_N = L'\u2191'; 2) Don't use extended characters within your source code. and a backslash will ignore your termination Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply ← Previous Topic C and C++ Next Topic → Page 1 of http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1089646/compiler-errors-from-simple-visual-c-project It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
share|improve this answer answered Jul 7 '09 at 0:04 DeusAduro 3,36332030 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Since cout is present within the standard namespace, you should either include Defining a custom TikZ arrowtip (circle with plus) Dozens of earthworms came on my terrace and died there What are the computer-like objects in the Emperor's throne room? Want to show it in a linux console? tells users locale is 'simplified chines' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page_936).
Can anyone help point me in the right direction? http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/beginner/75856/ It's working now even though it was giving me errors about the brackets before. Error C2011 Save the file in Unicode format to prevent data loss 19>.\sql_locale.cc(668) : error C2146: syntax error : missing '}' before identifier '嗒忇喃嵿嗒苦' 19>.\sql_locale.cc(668) : error C2146: syntax error : missing ';' C2011 'class' Type Redefinition When I complile my code I keep getting a "error C2001: newline in constant" error.
Quicker and quieter than a mouse, what am I? I updated my answer to reflect that. This is not nice of you. The "New line in constant" error is nearly always the result of failing to put the terminating " on a string constant. C2001 Monash
I assume that on a Western locale this problem would not occur. -- 'unicode format' in Windows/Microsoft terminlogy is 'UTF16 with little endian byte order' ('Windows unicode' and not UTF8). How is VC++ supposed to know what format the file is saved in without a signature? Solutions? UTF8 (well, in my case it was).
Now, either get or make your own string class that supports this.
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If anyone knows how I could include square brackets in my array as well, I'd be really grateful. Thanks for the help! Only users with topic management privileges can see it. Browse other questions tagged c++ visual-studio-2010 qt or ask your own question.
Code: #define ARROW_DOWN 138 /* '\x8A' */ #define ARROW_LEFT 139 /* '\x8B' */ #define ARROW_RIGHT 140 /* '\x8C' */ #define ARROW_UP 141 /* '\x8D' */ #ifdef WINDOWS # define ARROW_N __T('↑') If you need it portable, I'd advise you to do this: Pick either UTF8, UTF16 or UTF32 to store all data in. NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'cd' : return code '0x2' Stop. As far as good books go, well just do a search on SO for 'C++ Books' and you should have a plethora of good posts talking about appropriate beginner->advanced books.
UTF32 is a lot easier, while UTF8 is generally a lot smaller, and UTF16 is in the middle (and commonly the worst of both worlds, in stead of the best). The time now is 10:14 PM. This is done by using "Control Panel" -> "Region and Language", and pressing "Change System Locale" on "Administrative" Tab to choose English as "Current System Locale". C/C++ Building Reference C/C++ Build Errors Compiler Errors C2001 through C2099 Compiler Errors C2001 through C2099 Compiler Error C2001 Compiler Error C2001 Compiler Error C2001 Compiler Error C2001 Compiler Error C2002
Reply Quote 0 jiapei100 last edited by I've exactly the same problem. The problem is apparently that the macro passed as argument is defined as nothing (not undefined, but defined as nothing). All in all, a mess to use if you need it to be portable. 06-16-2009 #4 Codeplug View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Mar 2003 Posts 4,941 >> When I complile my code I keep getting a "error C2001: newline in constant" error.
Right inverse of f(x)= x² that is not sqrt(x) or -sqrt(x) Positional Bathroom Etiquette Player claims their wizard character knows everything (from books). How or where should I add a required connection string for a feature in Helix? A solution is to use a C99/C++11 variadic macro definition, as follows: #define TO_STRING_AUX( ... ) "" #__VA_ARGS__ #define TO_STRING( x ) TO_STRING_AUX( x ) share|improve this answer edited Aug 12 Mess around with backslashes and you will see Was This Post Helpful? 0 Back to top MultiQuote Quote + Reply #5 3liminat3r D.I.C Head Reputation: 0 Posts: 65 Joined: 22-May
Player claims their wizard character knows everything (from books). In our case it happens on the cout line Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers //Getsecondpairofinputdatavaluesforsideandarea inFile>>side>>area; cout<<"Record2:Sideis:<