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Headers and Includes: Why and How - C++ Forum
This explains the need of 'include' files, and how they are included in your C++ source files

Something I found useful:
"C++ programs are built in a two stage process. First, each source file is compiled on its own. The compiler generates intermediate files for each compiled source file. These intermediate files are often called object files -- but they are not to be confused with objects in your code. Once all the files have been individually compiled, it then links all the object files together, which generates the final binary (the program)."
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