I'm totally new to programming, but have been getting by fine so far.
I'm taking a highschool programming class, and am trying to do some of my assignments from home.
We've been told to work with <iostream.h> for our input and output, but for some reason, I get an error when I try to compile my programs at home;
fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'iostream.h': No such file or directory
The thing is, my code builds without errors when I'm working at school!
I've tried moving the libraries around so that Visual C++ can locate it, but nothing has worked so far.
I really want to start working with <stdio.h> and printf() but I don't think my teacher would accept the work, since he's hellbent on getting us to code with older techniques. (Seems like the lines we're writing aren't very "hip" anymore, since everywhere I look outputs are accomplished with printf() and such.)
Sorry if it was a stupid question. I'll try fiddling some more while I wait for responses. :)