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    Re: directive #include

    I don't know difference. I'm using G++ compiler in Linux environment (Debian) by command line interface.
    This Forum is not right?
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    Re: directive #include

    But if header file (eg test.h) contains only function declarations and these functions are defined into test.cpp, where are for example strcmp() or cout ... where I have to write #include <iostream>...
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    Re: directive #include

    Examples which I'm studying have always 3 files:

    main.cpp
    myfile.h
    myfile.cpp

    myfile.h:

    #include <iostream>
    #include <cstring>
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    directive #include

    #include directive is used to retrieve functions headers, where are declared in, into .cpp file. Right?
    So if I have 2 .cpp files (a.cpp , b.cpp) and if I used 'cout' function in a.ccp I will need...
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