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

Where does stdio.h come from?

Is the header file part of the C programming language, or is it something the developer must create?

Can anyone explain this to me? I'm up to arrays now on this track.

1 Answer

Hi there James. stdio.h is a C language header file. It signifies standard input - output. You don't need to code it on your own and it would be very complex for you to code such a library being a beginner. You can read more about it here.