Header files have an extension .h most of the times, and all the
declarations(prototypes) (should) go there. The actual code is in the
libraries which get linked dynamically.
you can also use "libc" to narrow down your search.
From: harris rahman rahman [mailto:linuxquest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 6:42 PM
Subject: [Ilugc] C my doubt
Today ,I was working with C, I have the habit of going through
the code in the Header file. I don't understand onething about
* The header files contain just prototypes
Where does the actual code for performing an i/o , say using
scanf() or printf() lie. As far as i have seen the header files
dont contain this code (correct me if i am wrong).
I beleive this is not off - topic as i was going through some
source files in Linux
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