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

from Steve Heller (stheller@koyote.com)
As it happens, you don't need to include string.h in item20.cc; it must have been left there from an earlier incarnation of the program that needed that header file. However, to answer your question more generally: string.h and string6.h are different header files that define different structures and functions. Therefore, if you write a program that needs the structures and functions in string.h, you have to include that header, and the same is true for string6.h. Does that answer your question?
(posted 7064 days ago)

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