IMHO there is not difference.
.hpp was used some years ago (many in computacional time) as a way to
indicate that that header was related to C++ code and not to standard C
However, I only saw that being used for a few fellow classmates in those
From then to now, I never have seen again an .hpp file.
AFAIK vs.net handled it as a common .h file
By the way, event vs.net can't create an .hpp file, yo can save it as one,
and from then, used it as you wish.
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>>I am trying to create a .hpp header file in my C++ program but the only
>> header files listed when I try to add one is the .h file, by the way what
>> the difference?