[u]HELP[/u]

what is the difference between

<iostream>
and
<iostream.h>


also this
~~char
~~float
~~array
~~


i cant make a difference
<iostream.h> used to be the "C++ Stroustrup's" way of including header files, the standard header files used to come with .h file extensions, it has since been changed from .h files to no file extension, thereby leaving it as just <iostream>.
iostream.h has thus been deprecated.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/214230/iostream-vs-iostream-h-vs-iostream-h
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thank you for that
char is a character, float is a floating point number, and an array is group of values eg int array[5] is a group of 5 ints.

look at this.
http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/variables/
giblit
thanks for that short answer
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