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From: rendeg AT my-dejanews DOT com (Rennie deGraaf)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: What is ANSI C++?
Date: 9 Jun 2001 13:45:28 -0700
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> simple things like #include <iostream.h> or #include 
> <windows.h> cause my compiler to produce nausiating lists of errors, a lot 
> of them with the four-letter word ANSI in it.


ANSI C++ says that you should say #include <iostream> (or whatever
else) for standard libraries.    There are also a few other quirks
involving namespaces that may be causing you problems if you're used
to using older compilers; I don't know what all of them might be (I
still use non-ANSI compliers, but I don;t write much c++ anyways)

Rennie

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