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unable to open include file stdio.h

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How to solve this error- Unable to open include file 'STDIO.H'
Jun 24 '07 #1
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kky2k
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Hi....
How to solve this error- Unable to open include file 'STDIO.H'
try to use #include "stdio.h" instead of <stdio.h> ..if it doesn't solve ur problem then probably stdio.h is missing in ur system..
Jun 24 '07 #2
axneer
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Hi....
How to solve this error- Unable to open include file 'STDIO.H'

My be you have to set environment varible on your computer
Jun 24 '07 #3
axneer
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Hi....
How to solve this error- Unable to open include file 'STDIO.H'

May be you have to set environment variable on your computer
Jun 24 '07 #4
niskin
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I have had that problem before, either you do not have stdio.h on ur system (check the folder that stores header files for your compiler) or you need to make sure you write:

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  1. #include "stdio.h"
Instead of just <stdio.h> or "stdio.h".
Jun 24 '07 #5
try to use #include "stdio.h" instead of <stdio.h> ..if it doesn't solve ur problem then probably stdio.h is missing in ur system..
If it is missing,then what should I do and How?
Thanks...
Jun 24 '07 #6
I have had that problem before, either you do not have stdio.h on ur system (check the folder that stores header files for your compiler) or you need to make sure you write:

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  1. #include "stdio.h"
Instead of just <stdio.h> or "stdio.h".
I tried but it still shows the error..
Jun 24 '07 #7
weaknessforcats
9,208 Expert Mod 8TB
I tried but it still shows the error..
Have you found stdio.h on your hard disc? If you can't find it, then it obviously can't be opened.
Jun 24 '07 #8
svlsr2000
181 Expert 100+
If you are using turboc compiler you need to set user include path to directory where you have installed. By default it is set to c:\tc if you have installed somewhere you need to check the path.
Jun 25 '07 #9
check the include directories in options menu check the path given is correct or not
Oct 11 '10 #10
your solution is right !
Oct 26 '10 #11
Thank you very much Priyachandran.
Sep 22 '12 #12
I had the same problem and did not find any answer on the internet for solving it. Then i tried it myself and fixed it.Try these easy steps hopefully it will work >
Go to the folder where you installed TC(usually it is Program files>TC). There you will see all the necessary directories of TC like BIN,INCLUDE,CLASSLIB,LIB, etc .
Then go to the folder named INCLUDE.From there Copy the "stdio.h" and "conio.h" files and Paste them in CLASSLIB > INCLUDE
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