Using Multiple Source Files

  • Ray Lischner


Real programs rarely fit into a single source file, and I know you’ve been champing at the bit, eager to explore how C++ works with multiple source files that make up a single program. This Exploration shows you the basics. Advanced techniques, such as shared libraries (DLLs, shared objects, etc.), are beyond the scope of this book and sometimes involve compiler-specific features that extend the language beyond the standard. You have to consult your compiler documentation for details.


Class Definition Object File Angle Bracket Source File Global Object 
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© Ray Lischner 2013

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  • Ray Lischner
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  1. 1.MDUS

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