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QuestionHow to #include <string> in C code Pin
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I have a sample code which uses C++ string.
I understand that if I #include "x.cpp" file the compiler will compile it as C++ , however I am getting error just trying to #include <string> in my main.c or my test.cpp file - "string" file not found.

How can I fix this?

I could just analyze the sample code and manually convert it to "c" code, but would prefer machine to do the dirty work instead.

Thanks for your help.
Vaclav
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