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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Dec 13, 1999

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string and bool

Question:
I'm looking for a C++ file that supports strings and bool. I currently have a very old version of C++ but I don't have the prototypes that support string and bool. Can you tell me where I can download these files?

Answer:
bool is a built-in type in C++, just like int and char. You don't need any special header file for it, you simply need a newer compiler version. The standard std::string class is defined in the header .

However, if your compiler doesn't have this header file, there's not much point in trying to get this header and install it because chances are that your compiler cannot compile it; it uses features like default template arguments and namespaces, which your compiler probably doesn't support.

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