CLN not getting recognized

I have installed (?) CLN using cygwin which had a few packages for it. But I ran an example code from the CLN examples folder and it gives a fatal error saying no such file or directory pointing at #include <cln/real.h>. What should I do?
Is this your first time trying to use a library?

Add the location of the cln folder to your include path directories, use -I flag.
You may also need to specify which libraries to link against, if your installtion produced lib___.a files.
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12868808/how-to-tell-c-library-path-in-cygwin-and-mingw
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6141147/how-do-i-include-a-path-to-libraries-in-g

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