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    does anyone know the difference between Standard C++ 98 and Standard
    C++ 2003?

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    Unofficial list of revisions, by Andrew Koenig:
    http://www.acceleratedcpp.com/author.../revisions.pdf

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    JBorges wrote:
    > does anyone know the difference between Standard C++ 98 and Standard
    > C++ 2003?


    C++ 2003 is C++98 with TC1 (technical corrigendum 1) rolled in -- in
    other words, C++2003 is C++1998 with few defects in the standardese.
    There are supposed to be no changes other than corrections of defects
    (though the added guarantee of contiguity of std::vector stretches
    the limit of what's considered a defect a little).

    -- James

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    In article <qooeg.89208$iU2.35322@fed1read01>, James Dennett
    <jdennett@cox.net> writes
    >JBorges wrote:
    >> does anyone know the difference between Standard C++ 98 and Standard
    >> C++ 2003?

    >
    >C++ 2003 is C++98 with TC1 (technical corrigendum 1) rolled in -- in
    >other words, C++2003 is C++1998 with few defects in the standardese.
    >There are supposed to be no changes other than corrections of defects
    >(though the added guarantee of contiguity of std::vector stretches
    >the limit of what's considered a defect a little).


    As does the changes to the initialisation rules which really are a
    change and not just a bug fix.


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    Francis Glassborow ACCU
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