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#include "examples/cpp/hello-lib.h"
#include <string>
using hello::HelloLib;
using std::string;
* This prints "Hello world". If it is run with arguments, it will use the first
* argument instead of "world". Build and run //examples/cpp:hello-world to see
* this program in action.
* This file does double-duty as a "test." It is a cc_binary, so it can also be
* compiled as a cc_test and Bazel will decide on whether it passed or failed
* based on exit code (which is always 0 here, so the test "passes"). See
* for an example of making a test fail.
int main(int argc, char** argv) {
HelloLib lib("Hello");
string thing = "world";
if (argc > 1) {
thing = argv[1];
return 0;