Namespace support?

David Young dyoung@vviuh221.vvi.com
Tue Sep 29 02:36:00 GMT 1998


Then find a good free Unix and free compiler (gcc++).
Use NT only if you have to or are coerced into doing so.

I can't believe your instructor would mandate such stringent requirements.
That is a bunch of baloney.

Thanks A Bunch! David Young; VVI-DCS
http://www.vvi.com


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Date: Mon, 28 Sep 1998 00:12:37 +0000
Subject: Namespace support?
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Hi!  I'm a new C++ student, and I'd rather not use a commercial
compiler at this point, since I'm poor. :)  I'm interested in
Cygnus-win32, but I have some questions.  First, will the compiler
balk if I remove the .h from all the header files? (the prof likes it
this way, since it's the new VC++ standard), and secondly, will the
line 'using namespace std;' compile cleanly, in this compiler?  I'm
not even entirely sure what this line is for, but it's in every
example in the book, and VC++5 compiles it beautifully, but VC++ 4
doesn't, nor does djgpp.  I find that if I leave out that line and
say <header.h> instead of just <header>, it compiles fine, but the
prof doesn't like it.  I'd appreciate any help!

~Misty
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