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Where is the strstream.h file?

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I am trying to include the header file strstream.h file but it is uable to include it because it does not exist!  So what am I to do?  Is there a sight I can download this from?  Why isnt it included if it is suppose too?  So many questions so little answers! :)
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by:peter_vc
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What compiler (and version of it) are you running?

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by:peter_vc
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If you are running in a DOS environment, look for strstrea.h


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chensu earned 60 total points
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Are you going to use the following classes?
    class strstreambuf;
    class istrstream;
    class ostrstream;
Use
#include <strstream>
instead of
#include <strstream.h>
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I am using Borland 5.01.
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