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C program is standard C++ program?

Dave Thompson
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On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 09:08:40 +1000, Simon Biber <(E-Mail Removed)>
<snip: using __cplusplus to conditionalize extern "C">
> This has no effect on a C compiler, which by convention does not define
> the __cplusplus macro, but signals to a C++ compiler that the
> identifiers declared within are to be linked with a C object file.

<nit size=microscopic> No longer just convention. C99 6.10.8p5
specifies that a conforming C does not define __cplusplus . </>

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