After I'm done compiling my program, everything compiles fine (rudimentary Win32 Console Application), but when I run it, I get a few 'errors' in my output box.
"C:\WINDOWS\\system32\kernel32.dll', Cannot find or open the PDB file.
"C:\WINDOWS\\system32\ntdll.dll', Cannot find or open the PDB file.
And also, my program starts off taking input from the user as a string, but I'm not able to type in the program box.
Perhaps a bit of useful information would be, beside my output box, there is a box called 'Autos', and in it, there is my string variable, and in the column to the right in the same row, it says <Bad Ptr>.
In my past C++ experience, anything that says 'Bad' is normally not good.
Perhaps this is the cause? Any ideas at all?
If you have just declared the string, it'll say <Bad Ptr> until it is updated properly, usually on the next line.
PDB files are, IIRC, used for incremental linking and contain debug information about your program. I have no idea why you wouldn't have those for system files, though. I've never had an error like that personally.