Complete listing of Hello1.cpp

/*File:  Hello1.cpp
This is a very simple C++ program.  It illustrates
the basic structure of a C++ program, which
has been written in such a way as to prohibit the
use of all global variables and global functions
except for the main function, which must always
be a global function.

To compile this program, use an IDE such as MS
Visual Studio 6.0.  You can then execute the
program from within VS 6.0.  When you do, the
following text will be displayed on the screen:

Hello World
Press any key to continue

A successful compilation and execution from
within VS 6.0 will produce ten new files plus
one new directory named Debug.

You can also execute the compiled program by
making Debug the current directory and entering
the following command at the command prompt:



#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

class Hello1{ 
  static void classMain(){
    cout << "Hello World" << endl;
  }//End classMain function
};//End Hello1 class

int main(){
  return 0;
}//end main

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