Re: Is Visual C++ .NET fully ANSI complaint?
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 10:19:42 -0000
"Ernesto" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I want to develop a cross-platform library and application, and I want
> to know if the Visual C++ .NET compiler is 100% ANSI complaint
> (obviously, forgetting the MANAGED code and all that stuff)
Every compiler has it's extentions. Make sure you only use ANSIC++98
constructions, and if possible run it though another compiler - even if
you're not going to link your modules. VC++.NET in my opinion is quite good
and warns about troubblesome casts, and arithmetic mismatches and memory
problems much better than visual C 6 did. It's a good thing.
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