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Hello, I downloaded the .NET version of Lesson 30. When I build it I''m getting the error... “Cannot open include file: ‘iostream.h’: No such file or directory” I checked and iostream.h isn''t on my system. Did Microsoft ditch iostream? Does anyone know what gives? Thanks

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Ok, in Tvector.h I changed the include to be
#include <iostream>
instead of
#include <iostream.h>
but I get a host of other errors.
I''m running XP Pro with .NET 2003. Any ideas anyone?
Thanks

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Ok, then Lesson 30 will probably work under the first .NET but not 2003? Looks like they''d kept something for backwards compatibility...

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Like I mentioned before...using
#include <iostream> instead of #include <iostream.h> in Tvector.h gives me a host of other errors.

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I use VS.NET 2003 and have no problem with iostream, just FYI. It''s in there. I''d check the namespace too.

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I go out to NeHe's site...go to Lesson 30, download the Visual Studio .NET Code for the lesson. I open it in .NET 2003 and I get a message stating that .NET wants to convert to the formats used by this version of Studio .NET. I convert it. I compile and I get the Fatal error...Cannot open include file: 'iostream.h'.
I'm not sure if I'm in std namspace or not. I know that I use my installation of .NET for other c# projects and all works fine.

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