I have heard several terms for a C++ "Codepoint" (which is what I've heard used the most often), or a
.cpp file that is compiled into an object file.
.cpp files can include other
.cpp files (or any other file, really, so long as it compiles), but during compilation, there is really only one 'main' code file that is used/generated.
I know there is a widely accepted term, I just can't recall what it is.
What is the accepted term for the final
.cpp file used to generate an object file?