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Response to #include string.h and #include "string6.h" , item20.cc, More C++

from Steve Heller (stheller@koyote.com)
Actually, string6.h is the declarations for my C++ string class, whereas string.h is the header that declares the old C-style "string" (actually char*) operations, some of which are used in the implementation of my string class. That's why both of them are necessary.
(posted 7037 days ago)

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