|Can't compile flex/yacc generated code with ANSI C++ Compiler Mario.Sansone@siemens.com (Mario Sansone) (2001-12-15)|
|Re: Can't compile flex/yacc generated code with ANSI C++ Compiler email@example.com (Martin von Loewis) (2001-12-20)|
|ANSI and ISO C++ firstname.lastname@example.org (2001-12-20)|
|From:||email@example.com (Hans Aberg)|
|Date:||20 Dec 2001 09:30:46 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||20 Dec 2001 09:30:46 EST|
(Was: Can't compile flex/yacc generated code with ANSI C++ Compiler")
(My guess that this is strictly speaking a topic for comp.std.c++, but in
case readers of this group have missed it, I indicate it here.)
In article 01-12-085, Martin von Loewis
>As an aside, I'd hope that people get used to call the language ISO
>C++, instead of calling it ANSI C++ (which is strictly speaking true
>as well, but then I should call it DIN C++).
Strictly speaking there are two standards, the ISO+IEC+14882-1998 and the
ANSI ISO+IEC+14882-1998. In fact both can bought from ansi.org, and the
former costs about $250, and the latter $18. So they definitely are
In fact, the documents are identical, except that the ANSI C++ standard
has an additional stamp, saying that it has been adopted by the ANSI,
which on the same time lowers the cost of it more than $200.
So I always use ANSI C++, because I felt that the ISO C++ standard was too
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