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C++ Output function with new line

In C++ cout<< is used to print to output, we can add the syntax \n so it will create a new line after printing to output or before printing.

Example of C++ Output function with new line

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main() {
  cout << "Printing first line\n";
  cout << "Printing second line!";
  return 0;


Printing first line
Printing second line!


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