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c++ - #include behavior

reply "Jon R. Nials" <jnials nials.org> writes:
I've used C (albeit on unix) for a very long time.  I've decided to do a
rather silly thing, which is learn win32 and C++ at the same time....

Anyway, I've picked up a C++ book and it talks about a new way of using
#include with the standard libraries.

#include <iostream>

        instead of

#include <iostream.h>

This leads to two questions:

Is this behavior supported?

Is this the style most folks use or do you slip back to the .h format?
Jan 04 2002
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"Jon R. Nials" <jnials nials.org> wrote in message
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 I've used C (albeit on unix) for a very long time.  I've decided to do a
 rather silly thing, which is learn win32 and C++ at the same time....

 Anyway, I've picked up a C++ book and it talks about a new way of using
 #include with the standard libraries.

 #include <iostream>

         instead of

 #include <iostream.h>

 This leads to two questions:

 Is this behavior supported?

 Is this the style most folks use or do you slip back to the .h format?

The modern way is the .h-less way. DMC++ isn't there yet with iostream. -Walter
Jan 05 2002