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What mean of #include<iostream>

8/30/2016 10:52:41 AM

Yash Sharma

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its a header file in c++ which is responsible for input/output stream

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iostream is the header file which contains all the functions of program like cout, cin etc. and #include tells the preprocessor to include these header file in the program.

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It is a header file in C its meaning is pre defined in C.It is responsible for your input and output

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It is the predefined library function used for input and output also called as header files

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It is a header file in c++which is responsible for input and output stream.

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it responsible for input and output

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im not sure what does it mean?

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Enables the program to get input and put output

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#include<iostream> is the header file of c++ its mean | input \ output header are not change without header file program can not run header file is the main function of c++.