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C++ include .h includes .cpp with same name as well?


C++ include .h includes .cpp with same name as well?

By : Zubair Haider
Date : November 21 2020, 07:01 PM
it fixes the issue You tell your compiler which C++ files to compile. #include has nothing to do with it.
For example, if you are using g++:
code :


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How to get opencv include work in kubuntu? (Includes solution to how to include and link in netbeans 6.7.1)

How to get opencv include work in kubuntu? (Includes solution to how to include and link in netbeans 6.7.1)


By : user1709845
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Nested `include()` directives - How to include a file (which includes another) from more than one directories?

Nested `include()` directives - How to include a file (which includes another) from more than one directories?


By : user3132535
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you The cause of this problem is, that include resolves relative filenames based on the working directory, not based on the directory where the file is located that does the include.
The working directory is the directory of the PHP file that is launched by the webserver (in your case index.php I guess). If that file includes some other file, the working directory is not changed. It can be changed manually using chdir, but you should not do that solely for the sake of an include.
code :
include dirname(__FILE__) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . '[RELATIVE_PATH]';
Do I need to do two EF Includes if second include was referenced in first include?

Do I need to do two EF Includes if second include was referenced in first include?


By : Homer Liu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Include represents eager loading and eager loading in EF doesn't support filtering or ordering so your code will not work at all. You cannot use Where inside include call.
If you include a .pri, shouldn't that .pri's include path affect your #includes?

If you include a .pri, shouldn't that .pri's include path affect your #includes?


By : Stefan Milovanovic
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue The solution is to have INCLUDE PATH += $$PWD/ in the .pri instead, as this will expand out to the proper hard-coded path no matter where it is included.
Building in vs2013 when include directory doesn't exist creates extensionless include file which causes #includes to fai

Building in vs2013 when include directory doesn't exist creates extensionless include file which causes #includes to fai


By : Artem Kedik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Check for strictly folders that don't exist by adding \NUL to the end of your address.
The addition of the NUL allows you to find only directories, and not the these scary extensionless files that look like folders. Delete won't be an issue if there's nothing to delete, but if there is a scary file it won't be scary for much longer, then can make an actual directory yay!
code :
if not exist %MY_DIR%\%2\include\NUL ( 
 del %MY_DIR%\%2\include
 mkdir "%MY_DIR%\%2\include" 
)
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