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June 2019

— If I start a GitHub repo maybe we can work together to make it.

— Nah, Even though it sounds fun, I already have tons of unfinished projects, don't want another one in this list 😂

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— Is it okay to put all #include's in .h file and then just include .h file in implementation file (.cpp)??

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— I hope the question is understandable

— I think that is what you do when you have main,h and all the include files are called in that.

— That is a normal way to write a program that even the main program should have .h file.

— Normally people don't do it these days but that is how it should work.