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Question why is this not working?

//***********************************************
// Input
//
// Noll Roberts 2009-11-12
/*
*/
//************************************************
#include <iostream> // endl cout
#include <iomanip> // setw
#include <fstream> //
#include <string> // string variables
using namespace std;

int main (int argc, char * const argv[]) {
//Declarations
float a;
float b;
float c;

// Input
ifstream inData;
inData.open("data.dat");
if (!inData)
{
cout << "Can't open input file." << endl;
return 1;
}

inData >> a;
inData >> b;
inData >> c;

return 0;
}

data file
19.5 18.7 19

I added the data file to my Xcode project

error message
/Users/nollroberts/Xcode/indata/build/Release/indata ; exit;
noll-roberts-imac-2:~ nollroberts$ /Users/nollroberts/Xcode/indata/build/Release/indata ; exit;
Can't open input file.
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[Process completed]


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Hi, welcome to the forums.

Where does 'data.dat' live? I was able to compile and run your code, however, you need to give an absolute path for your data file. Something like:

inData.open("/Users/blah/data.dat");
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Is the file data.dat located in the same directory as the executable? A "ls" in that directory will clear that up..

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