Should the function be performed in a file with the same name as the headline file?



  • There's a problem with using the function in the file.

    Should I connect a headline file with a prototype name.h (the function in name.c) or can a prototype and name file be connected?

    The prototype has an extern memory technician. I don't think he'll help.

    How does the compilator operate in such cases?



  • No, you don't. The file name compiler doesn't count. Wood #include refers to the pre-processor who works to the compiler.




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