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UNIX and Linux files ending in .c are, by convention, text files containing source code written in the C programing language. .h is used for "header" files --- sources that just contain #define and #include macros and inclusion directives. .cpp is used for programs in C++ (generally treated as a set of extensions to the C programming language, most modern C compilers can also compile C++ sources.

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