C++, cin>>, Cout<<

I have codeblocks 11.12 working. I use Teach Yourself C++ in 24 hours, and Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour A Day. The programs all stop at cin>>, I can make some of them work without the cin>> lines. What gives?

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main()
cout<< "This program will help you multiply two numbers. \n";

cout << "Enter the first number: 5 \n";
int FirstNumber = 0;
cin >> FirstNumber;

cout << "Enter the second number: 10 \n";
int SecondNumber = 0;
cin >> SecondNumber;

int MultiplicationResult = FirstNumber * SecondNumber;

cout<< FirstNumber << " x " << SecondNumber;
cout<< " = " << MultiplicationResult << "\n";

return 0;

Try inputting a number when it stops, and press enter.
What's up with couting 5 and 10 Ps if u doing \n I suggest << std::flush otherwise std::endl;
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Ispil (105) Thanks it works just fine. ragmop
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