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Re: re[2]: [SLE] Visual C++
  • From: Verdi March <cincaipatron@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 07:02:55 +0200 (MEST)
  • Message-id: <8949.1021784575@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi,
any website where I can read this ISO C++ standard?

Regards,
Verdi

> "Karol Pietrzak" <noodlez84@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>
> > ISO C++ does _not_ have ANY headers that end with ".h". e.g,
> > iostream, not iostream.h. vector, not vector.h
>
> I strongly suggest you read the C++ standard (ISO/IEC 14882:1998(E).
> The following is a copy of the section D.5:
>
> ************************************************************************
> D.5 Standard C library headers
>
> For compatibility with the Standard C library, the C++ Standard
> library provides the 18 C headers, as shown in Table 100:
>
> Table 100 C Headers
>
> <assert.h> <iso646.h> <setjmp.h> <stdio.h> <wchar.h> <ctype.h>
> <limits.h> <signal.h> <stdlib.h> <wctype.h> <errno.h> <locale.h>
> <stdarg.h> <string.h>
> ************************************************************************
>
> To avoid misunderstanding, I also include the note 160:
>
> : The ".h" headers dump all their names into the global namespace,
> : whereas the newer forms keep their names in namespace
> : std. Therefore, the newer forms are the preferred forms for all uses
> : except for C++ programs which are intended to be strictly
> : compatible with C.
>
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