A missing include file is a constraint violation.

Discussion in 'C++' started by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard, Jul 26, 2003.

  1. J> It's implementation specific [...]

    Only inasmuch as the implementation determines what "can be processed by the
    implementation" means. However, a source file that _does not exist_ is going
    to be a source file that cannot be "processed by the implementation" on
    practically every implementation in existence. And thus a missing source file
    is almost universally going to be a violation of an explicit constraint on
    programs, and a diagnosable semantic error.
     
    Jonathan de Boyne Pollard, Jul 26, 2003
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