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C++98 = ANSI/ISO Standard C++?

 
 
jrefactors@hotmail.com
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      12-18-2004
C++98 = ANSI/ISO Standard C++? This is the current one that most C++
programmers are using?

I heard C++ is still evolving, C++0x, but I don't know too much about
that.

Please advise. thanks!!

 
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Mike Wahler
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      12-18-2004
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> C++98 = ANSI/ISO Standard C++?


Essentially, yes, but it's not the very latest version.
C++2003 is the latest (but it's still very close to
C++1998; to the best of my knowledge, it's mostly
defect repairs).

>This is the current one that most C++
> programmers are using?


I still use the 1998 version for reference, and haven't
got into too much trouble yet.

> I heard C++ is still evolving,


Yes.

> C++0x,


We don't yet know what the 'x' will be, '05, '07, or what.

You can get your own .PDF version of the latest standard
for a nomimal fee (I believe it's still less than $20U.S.)
from www.ansi.org. Search for '14882'

-Mike


 
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Ioannis Vranos
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      12-18-2004
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> C++98 = ANSI/ISO Standard C++?



Yes.



> This is the current one that most C++
> programmers are using?



The most recent one is ISO/IEC 14882:2003 which is essentially ISO/IEC
14882:1998 bug fixed.




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> I heard C++ is still evolving, C++0x, but I don't know too much about
> that.



It is. C++0x is an alias of the next major update, but it will take
some/much time until we see it.




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