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c++.dos - What .h files does DigitalMars use in ths case?

reply "Aurura" <aurura ev1.net> writes:
In a C++ training manual I have, two .h files they've used in their programming
examples are:

#include <iostream.h>
#include "string6.h"

to teach executing string commands.

I found neither of  these files in DigiMars' program files...  So, which files
do I use instead?

Me
Sep 29 2002
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"Aurura" <aurura ev1.net> wrote in message
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 In a C++ training manual I have, two .h files they've used in their

 examples are:

 #include <iostream.h>
 #include "string6.h"

 to teach executing string commands.

 I found neither of  these files in DigiMars' program files...  So, which

 do I use instead?

iostream.h is in \dm\include and in \dm\stlport\stlport. string6.h is a nonstandard file, and no compiler I know of has it.
Sep 29 2002
parent reply "Aurura" <aurura ev1.net> writes:
Must've overlooked it.. Thank you, Walter.

Me

P.S.  since the string6.h was a nonstandard file, does this imply that one can
create .h files for streams if needed?
Sep 29 2002
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"Aurura" <aurura ev1.net> wrote in message
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 Must've overlooked it.. Thank you, Walter.

 Me

 P.S.  since the string6.h was a nonstandard file, does this imply that one

 create .h files for streams if needed?

You can create any .h files you want to. They are just text files with ordinary C++ source in them.
Sep 29 2002