#include <stdio.h> error

#include <stdio.h> error

Post by Kien Tr » Sat, 28 Oct 1995 04:00:00



I just installed the 'd' series of slackware, and everything appears
normal.. however, when I try to compile a program, and put the #inlcude
in, like

# include <stdio.h>

the compiler tells me that it can't find the file 'include <stdio.h' ..
or something to that effect... help :(

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#include <stdio.h> error

Post by Rhys Thury » Mon, 30 Oct 1995 03:00:00


: I just installed the 'd' series of slackware, and everything appears
: normal.. however, when I try to compile a program, and put the #inlcude
: in, like

: # include <stdio.h>

: the compiler tells me that it can't find the file 'include <stdio.h' ..
: or something to that effect... help :(

Make sure that you don't have a space here:

#include <stdio.h>

That is exactly how it should look.  Also, find the stdio.h file on your
machine and make sure it is in your include path.  If it isn't, just copy
it to the current directory and make the <> symbols "" symbols.

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