How do you include all libraries in c++?
oh thank you @Hatsy Rei
I've just found out this cutting edge technology named 'Google', which gave me this link. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/25311011/how-does-include-bits-stdc-h-work-in-c
@Highman Yes. Tbh, I hope he knows why we really shouldn't include all headers/libs in practical applications.
make a file called includes.h or something and put all the headers you want to include in there. then just include that file instead of typing all the other headers?
@Highman: we did.. i type super slow on the mobile so we must have started typing the same thing at the same time! You know what they say about great minds 😊
why do you want to do?It does not have any sence;)
like i have many libraries i want to include like i, iostream, string and all these
within 0.5 sec execution time
if you want to include lots of standard/nonstandard module you can make a new your own h/hpp module which contains only other includes you want to group and in other modules you can add only this one.
@jay:hit the jackpot:)))
@jay:I am not also fast writter on my cell.Now I am in the train and going to work:)))Yes,same think in the same time:)
@Hatsy:nice to faster problem resolving with header dependency, but he must be aware that it is not a part of standard and it is not portable among compilators(it is applicable for GCC).
what do you want from the program.#include<iostream> include all work