cout<< "Hello World!"<<endl;
: now my question is, what is wrong with it? My compiler will tell me like 6 different things when I try to resolve this, so I figure I would ask a real person before assuming that my computer is just making things up.
When you define the content of your print() function, you have to indicate that's the print() function of your myClass class you're defining, because your compiler can't guess it.
Try replacing void print() with void myClass::print().