I was typing out some code when a question popped up in my head that I was dying to have the answer to. Here goes: why is it that when you #include a header file of your own creation (what's the correct terminology? Send a header file to #include?) you write out code like the following:but when dealing with files that come with your compiler like iostream, you write:Code:#include "whatever.h"What exactly is the necessity for the difference in syntax...why arent you able do the following:Code:#include <iostream>orCode:#include <whatever>Just call this intense curiosity, any insight into this question would be more than appreciated. Thanks a lot-ChapCode:#include "iostream.h"