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Why iostream can't be used in C?

Why <iostream> can't be used in C? If it can be used then, we can use cout and cin in C too....


11/23/2017 5:54:03 AM

Koustav Dhar

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bcz it is a pre- defined standard process tell me one thing why can't i call your name "boo" bcz your parents predefined your name as KOUSTAV DHAR, i have to follow your parents pre defined name to call you , and you have to type my name to call me, you can't question like that why you call me as"koustav dhar"....




πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚that's just like why USB 2(c) can't give the speed of USB 3(c++) while USB 3 can transfer at the rate of USB 2 for USB 2 devices and USB 3 speed for USB 3 devices ...becoz it's backward compatible... that's what advanced version is introduced for.


C++ is the one with iostream. Not C. IOstream was introduced in C++, the upgraded version of C


I know that we can use stdio.h in C but...my question is why we can't use iostream in C...Please anyone answer...