Usually, when I am importing code to a program, I use the usual #include <SomeLibrary.h);
but I notice that the compiler sometimes requires #include “SomeLibrary.h”. What is the distinction between these formats, and does an “.h” file always need the associated “.cpp” file? I find that Sparkfun supplies a “.h” file for the Nokia 5110, but there is no associated “.cpp” file, and, although their example program compiles, it does nothing.
Thanks in advance for any assistance with this.