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    Quote Originally Posted by carey View Post
    This works in my compiler but doesn't work on ideone.com: http://ideone.com/LbeTp

    Guess this compiler needs to be more strict.
    theres nothing wrong with it. you need to return 0 when youre done

    http://ideone.com/cc0G9
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiel View Post
    theres nothing wrong with it. you need to return 0 when youre done

    http://ideone.com/cc0G9
    I thought return 0 was only to certify successful execution?
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    the one i did looked like this
    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h> //Header Files
    #include<conio.h>


    main()
    {
    int small_Pos, large_Pos=0;
    int num=0; //Declaring & Initializing variables
    int large_Neg=-99999, small_neg;
    int total_Pos=0, total_Neg=0;

    do
    {
    printf("Welcome to the program! \n "); //Welcoming prompt
    printf("Please enter a number:"); //Prompt to user for input
    scanf("%d", &num);

    if((num > 0) && (num != 999))
    {
    total_Pos = total_Pos + num; //accumilating the total of the positve numbers

    if(num > large_Pos) //checking to see if the entered number is greater than the largest positive number
    {
    large_Pos = num;
    }
    if(num < small_Pos) //checking to see if the entered number is less than the smallest positive number
    {
    small_Pos = num;
    }
    }

    if(num < 0)
    {
    total_Neg = total_Neg + num; //accumilating the total of the positve numbers

    if(num >= large_Pos) //checking to see if the entered number is greater than or equal to the largest negative number
    {
    large_Pos = num;
    }
    if(num <small_neg) //checking to see if the entered number is less than the smallest negative number
    {
    small_neg = num;
    }
    }

    }
    while(num != 999);

    printf("The total of all the positive numbers is: %d \n" , total_Pos);
    printf("The total of all the negative numbers is: %d \n" , total_Neg);
    printf("The smallest of the positive numbers is: %d \n" , small_Pos); //Output from the program
    printf("The largest of the positive numbers is: %d \n" ,large_Pos);

    printf("The smallest negative number is: %d \n" , small_neg);
    printf("The largest negative number is: %d \n" , large_Neg);

    getch();

    }
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    Quote Originally Posted by carey View Post
    I thought return 0 was only to certify successful execution?
    thats how all your programs should end.some compilers wont do it for you. other compilers either run a check or catch the error and handle it for you i guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by theo View Post
    the one i did looked like this
    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h> //Header Files
    #include<conio.h>


    main()
    {
    int small_Pos, large_Pos=0;
    int num=0; //Declaring & Initializing variables
    int large_Neg=-99999, small_neg;
    int total_Pos=0, total_Neg=0;

    do
    {
    printf("Welcome to the program! \n "); //Welcoming prompt
    printf("Please enter a number:"); //Prompt to user for input
    scanf("%d", &num);

    if((num > 0) && (num != 999))
    {
    total_Pos = total_Pos + num; //accumilating the total of the positve numbers

    if(num > large_Pos) //checking to see if the entered number is greater than the largest positive number
    {
    large_Pos = num;
    }
    if(num < small_Pos) //checking to see if the entered number is less than the smallest positive number
    {
    small_Pos = num;
    }
    }

    if(num < 0)
    {
    total_Neg = total_Neg + num; //accumilating the total of the positve numbers

    if(num >= large_Pos) //checking to see if the entered number is greater than or equal to the largest negative number
    {
    large_Pos = num;
    }
    if(num <small_neg) //checking to see if the entered number is less than the smallest negative number
    {
    small_neg = num;
    }
    }

    }
    while(num != 999);

    printf("The total of all the positive numbers is: %d \n" , total_Pos);
    printf("The total of all the negative numbers is: %d \n" , total_Neg);
    printf("The smallest of the positive numbers is: %d \n" , small_Pos); //Output from the program
    printf("The largest of the positive numbers is: %d \n" ,large_Pos);

    printf("The smallest negative number is: %d \n" , small_neg);
    printf("The largest negative number is: %d \n" , large_Neg);

    getch();

    }
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    i use dev and borland c
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    Taking a break from Codeblocks for awhile. Looking for something that gives more understandable feedback. Right now Pelles' C for Windows is where it's at; along with MinGW+LLVM/Clang.

    I didn't want to post this in a non-functional state. But seeing as Windows being a battyman with its "issues", here it is:
    http://ideone.com/vYKgu

    I was asking my lecturer if it would have been easier to use multiple module files. She advised against it. Now this is turning out to be one massive dish of spaghetti.
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    i did that same course work too
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    http://ideone.com/vvX2T

    Menu 5 is skipping the first structure array member. Why? I am going to get some sleep.
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