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AnswerRe: what is contained in iostream and std Pin
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QuestionC++ cout in header file error - ‘cout’ was not declared in this scope Pin
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AnswerRe: C++ cout in header file error - ‘cout’ was not declared in this scope Pin
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AnswerRe: C++ cout in header file error - ‘cout’ was not declared in this scope Pin
Jochen Arndt27-Nov-17 22:26
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You can't re-include a header file. It is prevented by a guard definition or #pragma once with VS.

We can't help without seeing your code regarding the includes and the definitions, and where the error occurs. But the above two statements (including of iostream and using the namespace) must be before cout or a macro that contains it is used.

To be on the safe side I would always use std::cout within macros. Then you don't need to select the namespace.
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