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Header File (with' -' symbol)

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Hello,
In my C program am using some header file name with cgi-lib.h, cgi-
llist.h.... am getting some error like cant open cgi-lib.h (i checked
the path DIR) ,but when am change the name by removing the '-' symbol
its working well..what might be the reason for this ( compiler -
Borland )
Thanks for your time

May 31 '07 #1
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sa*********@gmail.com wrote:
In my C program am using some header file name with cgi-lib.h, cgi-
llist.h.... am getting some error like cant open cgi-lib.h (i checked
the path DIR) ,but when am change the name by removing the '-' symbol
its working well..what might be the reason for this ( compiler -
Borland )
I'd guess that there's no such header file as `cgi-lib.h` but
there is one called `cgilib.h`. Since neither name is part of
the standard, it's an implementation-specific or installation-specific
or user-specific detail. You don't show the actual #include
line and we don't know if your compiler has interesting rules
mapping header names to file names.

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May 31 '07 #2

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