iostreams won't work

Matthew Mueller donut@azstarnet.com
Wed Apr 23 20:58:00 GMT 1997


when I try to compile this program:

#include <iostream.h>
#include <stdio.h>
int main(void){
  cout << "hi.\n";
  getchar();
  cout << "bye.\n";
  return 0;
}


I get this error:

f:\prog\c32>gcc test.cpp
C:\WIN95\TEMP/cc0010001.o(.text+0x1a):test.cc: undefined reference to `cout'
C:\WIN95\TEMP/cc0010001.o(.text+0x1f):test.cc: undefined reference to
`ostream::
operator<<(char const *)'
C:\WIN95\TEMP/cc0010001.o(.text+0x60):test.cc: undefined reference to `cout'
C:\WIN95\TEMP/cc0010001.o(.text+0x65):test.cc: undefined reference to
`ostream::
operator<<(char const *)'


I have all the environment vars set as specified in the FAQ.  I have
successfully compiled several standard c program.
--
Matthew Mueller
donut@azstarnet.com
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