In C++, cout sends formatted output to standard output devices, such as the screen. We use the cout object along with the < < operator for displaying output.
To print the numbers and character variables, we use the same cout object but without using quotation marks.
In C++, cin takes formatted input from standard input devices such as the keyboard. We use the cin object along with the >> operator for taking input.
Hands-on course on scientific computing utilizing High Performance Computing (HPC). The goal main of this course is to introduce you with the HPC systems and its software stack: Linux, Slurm, PBS, C/C++, OpenMPI, MPI and CUDA. Revised for 2021.