The interface to the C++ Standard Library consists of 80 header files, 26 of which present the C standard library. It’s often difficult to remember which header files you need to include in your source code, so this material provides a brief description of the contents of each header, organized into eight categories:
The C++ Standard Library includes the entire C Standard Library. The header files are generally the same, except for two points:
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The following table provides a summary of the most useful functionality. Note that it’s recommended to avoid using C functionality, and instead use equivalent C++ features whenever possible.
|HEADER FILE NAME||CONTENTS|
||Utilities to work with complex numbers.|
||Character predicates and manipulation functions, such as