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Doesn't VC6  have "strlib.h"?

Posted on 2006-07-09
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hi, everyone:
   I'm compiling a program in VC++6.0, but compiler cannot find the head file "strlib.h". And I can not find it in my computer.  The "strlib.h" isn't  a standard head file of C?
   Anybody can tell me why?
   thanks.
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by:rajeev_devin
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>> The "strlib.h" isn't  a standard head file of C?
No
Are you trying to use "string.h" ?
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by:tzk
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rajeev:
   yes.
   It's my fault . I'm trying to use "string.h". Doesn't VC6 contain "string.h", does it?
   thanks a lot.
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Yes, <string.h> is there in VC6.
good luck !
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by:PaulCaswell
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Hi tzk,

Could you be looking for <stdlib>?

Paul
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