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Thinking in C++ Vol 2 - Practical Programming
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Language standards

Throughout this book, when referring to conformance to the ANSI/ISO C standard, we will be referring to the 1989 standard, and will generally just say C. Only if it is necessary to distinguish between Standard 1989 C and older, pre-Standard versions of C will we make the distinction. We do not reference C99 in this book.

The ANSI/ISO C++ Committee long ago finished working on the first C++ Standard, commonly known as C++98. We will use the term Standard C++ to refer to this standardized language. If we simply refer to C++, assume we mean Standard C++. The C++ Standards Committee continues to address issues important to the C++ community that will become C++0x, a future C++ Standard not likely to be available for many years.

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