You need to provide the absolute path to tell the compiler where to find the header file

 #include "C:\Users\Raheel\Desktop\test c++\prog\header\"

Solution

You have to configure the project build and add the directory where the header file is located. The steps are as below:-

Project > Build options > Search Directories tab
Choose the Policy dropdown list with the option: Prepend target options to project options”
Click the button ‘Add’ to search and add the directory (e.g. ‘include’ directory)
Another popup with the question “Keep this as a relative path?” and click ‘Yes’ to add the directory.

if you want to know about dictionaries please look at the tutorial on the pyton website Here

While at work i had nothing to do so i wrote this simple python script that uses the dbm module to store user information its not perfect but im sure someone will find it helpful.

u can use the python built in function round()

Original_Price = float(input('Please input the before-tax price : '))
Final_Price = (1.05*Original_Price)
print("Your total including tax is", round(Final_Price, 2) )

you can find out more about it here