Rudimentary, but not obvious! (About .h files)
Ok, you can call me early or late, but if all that's supposed to be included in .h files is declarations and the sort, where are the functions??? For example strcat
Ok, now that part certainly makes since to me as a declaration, how ever, how does the compiler know what to do with the arguments with nothing but a declaration (if it's defined in a .o or .a file PLEASE tell me which one too, even though I know they're practically undecipherable) anyways I just want to know where the actual functions to these prototypes are at, and how I can study them or make my own "hidden" functions.
char* strcat (char*, const char*);
Thanks for all the help!!!