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I'm new (obviously) to the forum here, but I have a question. I was doing the example 2.4 Using const. I compiled it and ran it, and the top line showed up. "Enter a length as yards, feet, and inches:" So, i can type stuff and whatever, but I don't know how to get it to convert it into inches. When I press enter, it closes the screen. Please help.

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Ok, sorry about that, after searching through the posts I found another talking about cin.get(); before return 0;. Well, hopefully I don't get stuck in the future.

 


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