> > > > Should they not put that on the documentation on the mingw homepage?
> > > > oi. I assumed that whatever code they had up there was correct.
> > >
> > > It has nothing to do with MinGW. It's C++. The ISO standard is out
> > > there since 1998. With relation to 'std' namespace, g++ comes with a
> > > standards compliant library since version 3.0.
> > Oscar, he was referring to the example C++ code on the Mingw Documentation
> > page, which is incorrect.
> Sorry, I didn't realized that.
> However, I wonder how he uses the Borland C++ compiler without facing
> the same problem, unless is a really old version.
My experience with Borland was entirely inside the framework of AP Comp
Sci in high school - '98-'99. As I recall, our software wasn't right off
the shelf, either. Afterwards I switched to Java, then to C, and haven't
touched C++ until recently when the team I'm on required our code be done