Re: g++ linker error
Previously Stephen R. Gore wrote:
> If you use '#include<iostream>', you must also use 'namespace std;' at the
> end of the includes block.
This is of course really bad codingstyle, as well as slightly incorrect.
Including a complete namespace shouldn't be done if at all possible..
> I can't comment on the correctness, but namespace std is the new standard.
> New compilers support .h headers as a backward compatibility feature.
Indeed. The .h headers don't put things in the std-namespace, which means
you can possibly mess up your own namespace. Unfortunately at this moment
libstdc++ doesn't support namespaces yet, so we'll have to wait until
libstdc++v3 is released.
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