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    What is the differnece between <iostream.h> and <iostream>,
    just want to know..

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    Try a bit harder next time when looking. Try google. Try the *search button on the board.*

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    >Try a bit harder next time when looking. Try google. Try the *search button on the board.*

    Whoops sorry, I think your right,
    ignore this thread

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    is there any easy way to get your compiler to accept <iostream> ? i'm using borland V.4.5 and it's too old for <iostream> so i'm stuck using <iostream.h>...
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    is there any easy way to get your compiler to accept <iostream> ? i'm using borland V.4.5 and it's too old for <iostream> so i'm stuck using <iostream.h>...
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    Make a copy of iostream.h and name it just iostream
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    >>Make a copy of iostream.h and name it just iostream
    No, because it still wouldn't have the std namespace.
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    Originally posted by XSquared
    >>Make a copy of iostream.h and name it just iostream
    No, because it still wouldn't have the std namespace.
    I know, I was being ironic. Notice the little smiley afterwards?
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    Originally posted by ripper079
    You could download Dev-C++
    i can't d/l or install anything new right now... my dad's the computer nazi...
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    Originally posted by major_small
    is there any easy way to get your compiler to accept <iostream> ? i'm using borland V.4.5 and it's too old for <iostream> so i'm stuck using <iostream.h>...
    Not a lot you can do. I do know someone who claims to have gotten Borland 4.5's IDE to use Dorland 5's compiler engine, but I've never gotten that to work (when I used to use 4.5). You can try googling that one; there was something you needed to download to make that work.

    But as I got a legit copy of Visual Studio .NET for $35, I don't really care to ever go back to Borland 4

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    i have visual studio... but it's not installed... not exactly legit either...
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