Header files

This is a discussion on Header files within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I am wondering if anyone knows where a good source to find header files are, and if anyone knows of ...

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    Question Header files

    I am wondering if anyone knows where a good source to find header files are, and if anyone knows of any that allow for extremely large and accurate numbers.

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    But you need both header files and library code to make it all work.
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    you can always write your own. Some interesting and educational challenges are involved.

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    Well I am looking for something for windows, not linux. I do kinda have linux, although in trying to get xp installed, linux is kinda gone on my computer for a while...

    I also did kinda make my own... Well I made one on my TI-83+ for multiplying, adding, and subtracting extremely large integers, but I still haven't converted it to C++.

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