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While compiling a program the compiler is giving an error -"unable to open "iostream.h" what does it means and how it can be rectify
The compiler is attempting to access the iostream header file and it either cannot find the file (not in the default location or it has been told to look in another location where it doesn't exist), or the file security is set so the current user does not have read access to the file.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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