I can't understand what's going on. Yesterday everything was working normally. Literally all I did since then was clearing the bash history with history -cw. Today all I get when trying to execute my g++-compiled programs is complete void:


The same code works perfectly fine when compiled on another machine. I can't even think of how to search for the reason! This is very bizarre, I don't understand how this could happen.

closed as off-topic by Stephen Kitt, Anthon, G-Man, countermode, Jeff Schaller Oct 19 '16 at 9:29

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Wrong direction on your slash. Use / instead:

[rinkaru@localhost ~]$ ./6.out
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    Oh well...I guess that's what you get when you are a newbie and clear command history... – Akiiino Oct 18 '16 at 21:58
  • But there should have been an error message. – G-Man Oct 19 '16 at 6:33

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