In C++ we always put the following at the top of the program
What about for C?
Well, this is called the standard I/O header. In C you have:
It's not an analog to
<iostream>. There is no analog to iostream in C -- it lacks objects and types. If you're using C++, it's the analog to
See also this fantastic question and its answer,
iostream is a C++ library for input-output. The C equivalent would be stdio.h