FAQ: Variables - Challenge: Temperature (Part 2)

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Can I chain text after std::cin >>

Hi! For some reason, every time I do g++ temperature.cpp in the terminal, it says this error, g++ temperature.cpp temperature.cpp: In function ‘int main()’: temperature.cpp:10:3: error: expected ‘;’ bef
std::cin >> tempf; PLease help me thanks!


There is a bug or something, that any temp in F I input it gives me the same temp in C. And I didnt change anything in the code that was premade.