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Placing the Header File into the User Library

5 February, 2015 - 11:20

You need to copy the udst monitor.h file placing it into the user library folder just created. As you can guess the udst stands for user defined specific task. The functions within this header file would be used to control the interaction a user has with the monitor. The .h is a convention of the C++ programming language and indicates a header file. Thus the identifier name for the header file is very meaningful and descriptive.