Programming :: Output The Display In C++?

Feb 8, 2010

i am having problem with displaying my text. my text file is displayed in such a way and is called test.......

Code:

Sam Worthington ... Jake SullyasZoe Saldana ... NeytiriasSigourney Weaver ... Dr. Grace AugustineasStephen Lang ... Colonel Miles QuaritchasJoel Moore ... Norm Spellman (as Joel David Moore)asGiovanni Ribisi ... Parker SelfridgeasMichelle Rodriguez ... Trudy ChaconasLaz Alonso ... Tsu'teyasWes Studi ... EytukanasCCH Pounder ... MoatasDileep Rao ... Dr. Max PatelasMatt Gerald ... Corporal Lyle WainfleetasSean Anthony Moran ... Private FikeasJason Whyte ... Cryo Vault Med TechasScott Lawrence ... Venture Star Crew Chiefmore

What i am trying to do is for the program to read "as" and then from there start a new line... thus the expected output is...

Code:

Sam Worthington ... Jake Sully
Zoe Saldana ... Neytiri
Sigourney Weaver ... Dr. Grace Augustine

[code]....

I keep getting the error saying ...

Code:

editmain.cpp.98:error: initializer fails to determine size of 'str'

what does this mean, and how can i be able to format my file in the way i want?

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