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  1. #1
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    Including <iostream> ends up in 2609 errors

    Hey there!
    A few days ago I started learning how to write TeamSpeak-Plugins.
    I'm using Visual Studio 2019 (Community) and C++.
    However, when I include <iostream> I get 2609 errors from a lot of different files.
    The error list is attached (as zip, a pdf was actually too big). I guess the default files couldn't be included or something, I've tried a lot on adding them in the properties, also compared them to a new project, but they are the same.They're attached as picture.

    Thank you so much for the help,
    SquabToast
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  2. #2
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    Well, according to Microsoft that error is obsolete. Also your project is set to compile using VS 2017, so maybe that's the reason?
    In any case that's an issue with your setup / installation most likely (without having looked at the docx of all the things).
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    Thanks for your reply!
    Actually, I haven't written the main point I started this topic: I only get errors, when I include <iostream> in the TeamSpeak-SDK. If I start a new project, I won't. However, since Jhhhj_original told me to try <stdio>, I pretty much don't need it. Well, for some actions it would still be good to have. I already installed a newer version of Visual Studio (2019) and still get the same error. If I find a solution, I'll post it here

    Thanks for the help,
    SquabToast

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    You didn't by any chance include iostream from plugin.c?
    The test plugin is C, iostream is C++.

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