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iostream not found ?

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I am compiling on multiple platforms.
My code compiles without error on Solaris and XP.
On HP-UX, the following compile error occurs:

#include file <iostream> not found

How can I fix this ?
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Have a look at the answer in http:Q_20903657.html to see if you can fix the problem.
If not download the GNU gcc (and all the dependencies)  from:
http://hpux.cs.utah.edu/hppd/hpux/Gnu/gcc-4.2.3/
they are installed in /usr/local, remember to  set PATH to use
/usr/local/bin, and LD_LIBRARY_PATH  to use /usr/local/lib
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You try to find the exact location on your system for this file using find command.
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