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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 25, 1999

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string.h

Question:
I am a beginner with C++ programming. I was doing fine until I came to the string data type. Here is my problem:

#include 
#include 
This gives me errors. I know it does not have anything to do with iostream, so what could be wrong with the other header?

Answer:
You're using the obsolete header names. Use and instead (without the '.h' extension). Also, add the following using directive after the #include statements:


using namespace std;
And this should work.
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