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For pset3's findsearch, i saved the this code

#include "helpers.h"

bool search(int value, int values[], int n)
{
    // removed implementation due to academic honesty rules
}

in helpers.c and tried to compile it using make find and ./find and STILL says "helpers.c" is not a found library. Help please

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  • Did you happen to import helpers library in find.c like this: #include <helpers.c> or #include "helpers.c"? – Wiktor Czajkowski Jul 27 '15 at 17:13
  • I did #include "helpers.c" – Ani Jul 28 '15 at 14:03
  • We have found the mistake then. I'm writing an answer right now. – Wiktor Czajkowski Jul 28 '15 at 20:50
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As the error indicates, you are not supposed to include one source file into another.

As I found out though, this isn't prohibited by C language itself. In some cases, it is even considered good practice. After quick research I came to conclusion, that make makes this behaviour prohibited. This can be due to its built-in restrictions or some option enabled by staff.

Long story short, you should use header file (.h) inside #include directive instead of source file (.c) which you are using right now.

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