Creating C++ classes and plug-ins without PCH files
When I created c++ classes and plug-ins with version 4.22, I didn't generate PCH files. Why? What is a PCH file? Why is it not generated? How should I generate it manually?
asked May 15 '19 at 07:22 PM in C++ Programming
A PCH is a precompiled header. When you write a C++ program you usually include some headers that allow you to call functions that were written by somebody else and which exist on your machine somewhere. When you compile a program (build a project) the compiler will go through all the source code that you have written and that you have referenced in your header files and turn it from your source code (text files) to binary (executable).
answered May 15 '19 at 09:26 PM
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