Posted by David Trinh on December 01, 2001 at 11:30:56:
In Reply to: Re: output posted by Shannon on December 01, 2001 at 00:25:18:
Cool, thanks a lot.
: You can also just redirect the output into a file by going to the Debug tab in Visual Studio (where you type in program arguments)...and after your last argument type " > outputfilename.txt". So, for example, it would look something like this:
: VehicleData.txt MoverTest.txt > output.txt
: So the black window doesn't show anything when you run it, and then you just look at the output file output.txt that it creates in the current directory.
: : The spec says "Each command must be logged to cout, along with an informative message indicating the results when the command was
: : processed."
: : Does this mean all output would be done through cout? When I tried this, it went down to the point where a lot of my output was being chopped off because there's too much.
: : Thanks.
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