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2 Jul, 2013 1:47 am PDT

Difference between the #include<> and #include \" \"

I know what is #include<> and what is #include " ".

And also the use of it, but what is the difference between both.

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When writing your C program, you can include files in two ways.

If we used #include header.h for including header files then the compiler will check only in the directory, but if we used #include for including header files then the compiler will check all directories specified in the directory options of turbo C.

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