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    C++ Evolution Clarity

    Hello Gurus,

    Could you please clarify some technical isses regarding C++ evolution?

    Background:
    • There is ISO/IEC 14882:2003, also known as C++ 2003.
    • There is also ISO/IEC 19768:2007, also known as TR1.
    • There seems to be a TR2.
    • There is a lot of talk of wrapping up C++0x.

    Detailed questions:
    1. Is TR1 fully integrated into C++0x? Is it then technically correct to say that all the TR1 stuff like array, regex, C99 math compatibility, etc. will be part of C++0x?
    2. How is TR2 related to C++0x? Is there, perhaps, no relation between TR2 and C++0x?

    Sincerely, Chris.
    You're gonna go blind staring into that box all day.

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    Re: C++ Evolution Clarity

    This should answer most of your questions (it even has a link to the latest C++0x draft standard).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%2B%2B0x

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    Re: C++ Evolution Clarity

    Quote Originally Posted by PredicateNormative View Post
    This should answer most of your questions...
    Thanks. Chris.
    You're gonna go blind staring into that box all day.

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