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I need to do complex numbers using Visual C++ 4.x. Does Visual C++ come with a complex library? If it does how come performing a search on complex numbers does not yield anything and I can't find a complex.h file?  If it does not come with a complex library what are my options?  Thanks.
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It comes with a complex template. You should find a file "complex" (no .h) under the MSDEV\Include directory. If not, install the standard template library.
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Hi Tser,

I can not find the complex (no .h) file. I have Visual C++ v4.0.
On the CD I see a STL provide by HP but there is no complex in
the file listing.  How do I install the template library?

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I just checked. You need Visual C++ 4.2.
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