error! function does not take 0 arguments PLEASE HELP!!! DESPERATE TO FINISH THIS PROGRAM

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That would be 0 arguments I'm passing into the function in the call
On line 17, you've written a declaration:

int playTurn(int);

On line 90, you're calling playTurn() without any arguements/parameters.

On line 96, you've written a definition:

int playTurn(int x)

What's different about all these code samples?

Why are you passing 0 arguments in? If you wrote the function, then you know that it needs to take an argument.
Oh.. I see how to fix this...

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main () {
cout << "Hello World \n";
//You happy now?

system ("PAUSE");
return 0;
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