How to why to use std:: in c++ (C++ Programming Language)

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Sulakshana Wadhawan, (SUBSTATION OPERATOR CHIEF Employee Relations) From: Vasai-Virar/India
When you are using "std::" it means that you will grap the following command
from the "std" namespace.
The std namespace is an abbreviation for standard
If you use "std::" you hvae to include "#include <iostream>"
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