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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Anatomy of a C program

Anthony Endrina
Anthony Endrina
1,779 Points

#include <stdio.h>

I understand #include <stdio.h> needs to be implemented but how does Xcode know the location of the file? Because I don't see it within Xcode. Or is it like like Java with "DOCTYPE"?

Mac Bellingrath
Mac Bellingrath
13,502 Points

Hi Anthony, stdio.h is part of the c standard library. Xcode finds this file on your system in the directory at either /usr/lib or /usr/include .