So I am building a simple program to swap numbers and when I hit the build and run button I received the message "can't read file's timestamp". Can someone help me understand what a file's timestamp is and why it is preventing my code from running? The code looks like this
using namespace std;
cout << "Enter a number";
cout<< "After swapping numbers are: ";
I am using the compiler bundled with Code::Blocks.
I realized that the file path is somehow wrong and that's what it means. I didn't see more text associated with the error. I just needed to understand what the message meant. Now I know and understand that it deals with the file path. Thanks for your help I think I will be able to figure it out from here. If I have further questions I will ask.