Header files location path not found

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I want to know: as we mention header files on top while writing any code, where those files are actually saved in the computer. I want to give destination path in TURBO C software where it may detect those header files and then execute the code. I receive an ERROR while executing that "Header files location not found." Can you people help me through this?

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Header files location path not found

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All the header files are stored in the folder named include. It comes with your turbo C compiler. As you open the window on the very left side, you will see the (FILE) option click on that then click the change directories and then you will see the path; change the path to suit your need. Hope this will help you.

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Header files location path not found

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All the header files are located in the folder of the program and they are all named as .h files in C++. They are mostly placed in C library and in Turbo C (you can locate the folder where you saved the program and then you can look for folder that contain the .h files).

Look for that folder and set the path of that folder for your .h files and to process your programs. You can go to your program settings and then change the folder for your header files. Once you are sure that all header files are placed in this folder, then you can execute your program by using these files. However, many of the header files are created by users and in this case you need to know where to place your header file and then you can use it. If you are making a project, then they must be placed within your project files and your program will work fine.

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