|This rule is Obsolete|
|Synopsis:||Headers supplied by external libraries go in <> brackets; all other headers go in "" quotes|
There three types of include files:
- Standard library headers. These are header files that are supplied by the system. These files are included with <> brackets, without the deprecated .h or .hpp suffix. E.g.
- External library headers. This concerns non-standard header files that are provided by parties external to the software system that is being developed. These headers are also included with <> brackets. E.g.
- User headers. These are header files that are part of the software system that is being developed are included by means of "" quotes. E.g.