A file declaring the function call syntax of a library, and defining any symbolic constants, that is included at compile time.
A file of information, identified at the beginning of the program, that contains the definitions of data types and variables used by the functions in the program.
A file containing CPP tokens to set the particular model resolution and configuration named with a "" suffix (e.g. misc.h).
A file containing programming templates for the procedure calls contained in a library, API, or SDK.
An C++ source file typically containing class or function declarations and referenced by other C++ source files using the #include preprocessor directive.
a a variable-list in a statistical or database format that contains information about the format of the data, but no real data
a file containing C declarations and macro definitions ( Macros
a file that contains class interface definitions and/or global function declarations
a file that contains declarations for specific functions
a file that is included into your program source
a file with an
an ASCII file which contains new data type definations (via the typedef or enum statements), and constant declarations
A file that contains the declarations and definitions required for using object code provided by a user or a library. (That is, what is needed by a compiler to create object code that can be linked to other object code.)
The file at the top of a program that defines data types and sets variables used in the program.
A file containing common blocks and variable declarations and named with a "" suffix (e.g. comhst.h).
A text file that is used by a group of functions, programs, or users. It can contain system-defined control information or user data, and generally consists of declarations. See include file.
n. A file containing declarations and certain definitions, but not function bodies or global variable definitions, incorporated into a translation unit during preprocessing via the #include directive. Compare source file. See question 10.6.
A text file that contains declarations used by a group of functions or users. Synonymous with include file.
A text filet hat contains declarations used by a group of functions or users.
In computer programming, especially in the C programming language or C++, a header file or include file is a file that contains one or more declarations, usually in source code form. The intended purpose of these headers is to provide a single point of declaration for identifiers, and that the header file can be included by any file that references any of the declared identifier.