Sorry, beginner error:
But now if we try to print_name(s) in our main function, we still get
an error. And that’s because the compiler reads from top to bottom, in
order, so at the time main calls print_name, it doesn’t exist yet. So
we need to declare it with something called a prototype first:
This happens sometimes. I've seen rare cases take 3 or 4 minutes to load, more is possible. Try again later and see if it persists. (Sometimes its also a function of how long its been since the last time you used the IDE, or a function of server load.) If it persists, contact someone from cs50 staff and/or leave a message on the cloud9 forum under support. ...
According to this post from Malan on reddit:
In fact, you're welcome to start using it now at (https://ide.cs50.io/).
We'll provide instructions this summer on how to transfer files from
the old CS50 IDE to the new (and improved!) CS50 IDE!
Our good friend @Blauelf added a post (also on reddit) with these instructions on how to backup the legacy IDE ...
Mac, eh? Xcode and Sublime Text are pretty legit. If that's what you're used to, stick with it.
If you want a setup similar to the CS50 IDE, it's easy to run Ubuntu Linux in a VM on your Mac.
For cross-platform IDE options, try CodeBlocks or Eclipse.
Don't just learn to rely on one platform. In case you need to build on a remote server over ssh, you ...