Re: GNU C++ Compliant version of CircleMUD

From: Kenneth G. Cavness (kcavness@PROXICOM.COM)
Date: 09/15/97

>It's usually a good idea to just not include the same header twice.
>Although it is a good idea to add those in most cases.

 When the linking process begins, the headers are all included. The
reason many people use them is to keep the various .C or .c files
independent of each other; after all, if you decided to for whatever
redo the one place you had #include "structs.h", if you didn't place
that directive somewhere else, you'd be in a world of trouble (though
you'd probably find the problem very quickly).

Kenneth G. Cavness
Software Engineer
Proxicom, Inc.

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