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#include

using namespace std;

int main() {

string text1 = "Hello, this is a string";

cout << text1 << endl;


system("pause");
}

What I have tried:

This is the code that i wrote in Visual Studio.
I tried to run it, and then it said to me:

no operator “<<” matches these operands.
operand types are std::ostream << std::string.

I Need help!
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Updated 8-Feb-19 1:46am
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Rick York 8-Feb-19 17:45pm
   
Actually that is what the compiler said when you tried to compile the program. You have to compile and link the program before it can run.

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Solution 1

You need to include <string>:
#include<string>
   
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Member 14135996 8-Feb-19 7:54am
   
Thank you mate!
CPallini 8-Feb-19 7:56am
   
5.

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