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How can I find out which -std option is gcc using?
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I know gcc uses -std=gnu89 by default. But I want to know if it is possible to make gcc display this information by itself.

You may ask what's the purpose of such a feature. I can't think of any but I am curious to know if gcc would still display the language standard it is using to compile my program.
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