print on multiple lines?
I can not get the out put file to print on multiple lines, the typical end line commands seem to have no effect on the file created.
pds << name << " " << employID << " " << rate << " No Hours worked " << nwln << '\n' << endl;
if I print this to the output file in a loop it puts it all on one line.
is there another key word command?
pls explain the structure of UR input & output files so that a solution may be found , TNX.
can you give the whole scripts?
your code should work, but it will put 2 new lines in your output since you have
<< '\n' << endl;
I think it's a personal preference but you might try and change << '\n' to << "\n" or remove it. If you want 2, use
<< endl << endl;
To test your code, put this infront of your output to make sure they have values.
cout << name << endl;
cout << employID << endl;
cout << rate << endl;
cout << nwln << endl;
Then put in a check to make sure your ofstream file is open.
Last I would change
<< " No Hours worked "
<< " Num Hours worked "
No could be misunderstood as Zero.
I'm guessing you didn't open your output file.
pds.open ("filename.txt"); // output file
pds << " this is a test";
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