When I wrote something like
cout << "Every age has a language of its own";
It's supposed that the sentence between the two quotation marks will not be targeted directly to the screen, but will be stored somewhere first before directed to the screen.
What is that place in which the sentence will be stored?
The same thing is done in a reverse way with the cin so the question is,
Is it the same storing place is used to store what is enetered by the user on the screen before assiging it to a variable of whatever was in the right hand side of the cin?
What does it mean that the header file iostream contains the declarations that are needed by the cout identifier and the << operator?. What does it mean by the declarations? If with an illustrative example of this would be the best.
What is the content of the namespace? what it means that certain names are recognized in namespace std including cout is declared within it! is not cout declaration exists in the iostream header file?