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header file

how can we create a header file on our own in c/c++

2/18/2018 1:11:54 PM

Rajesh Dehury

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E.g. class A { public: int a; A() { a=0; } }; // name this file as classA.h // in another file: #include <iostream> #include "classA.h" int main() { A obj; std::cout << obj.a; }

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Yes on a computer, but, not on SL

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notice the difference of the include syntax @hatsy posted. #include <xxxxx> searches the header file in the include-path of your project settings #include "xxxxx" searches the header file in the folder of your project

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so i just need to save the file by the extension oh .h then i can cuse the methods of my own .h file

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You will need to use headers and source file in a IDE. Files cannot be linked on SL Codeblocks https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/608805/?ref=app Visual studio https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/410578/?ref=app

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Also you need to include the header into your .cpp file(s).

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write the code of file u want to do and save it by using .h extension after copy paste it to library file and u can access header file made by u like #include<myheader.h> Or #include"myheader.h"

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#include "xxxxx.h"