I'm asking this because I don't know it exactly.
most header-files are included with sharp-edged bracktes < >
rather few are with double-hyphen
So what is the difference?
And as a second question:
Some libraries have a subfolder "src" and then the *.h / *.cpp-files are located in this subfolder "src"
How does the compiler deal with additional *.h-files that have a different name then the library-folder itself?
Most of the time writing the include-lines in this way works
#include <RobotIRremote.h> #include <RobotIRremoteTools.h>
But sometimes the compiler is unable to find additional files
and then the compiler complaints "no such file or directory"
best regards Stefan