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What are some recommended resources for comparisons between ansi c and c99?

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I've been told that there are a number of changes to C that have been proposed
to become standard - an update as it were to ansi c.

Are there laymen level articles that have been published, detailing the
differences, and documenting where the process is at - seeing as it's now
been 4 or 5 yrs since 1999 ...
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On 15 Aug 2003 16:02:30 GMT, in comp.lang.c , lv*****@yahoo.com wrote:
I've been told that there are a number of changes to C that have been proposed
to become standard - an update as it were to ansi c.

Are there laymen level articles that have been published, detailing the
differences, and documenting where the process is at - seeing as it's now
been 4 or 5 yrs since 1999 ...


Try reading comp.std.c, they may have more idea.
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Nov 13 '05 #2

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Mark McIntyre wrote:
lv*****@yahoo.com wrote:
I've been told that there are a number of changes to C that
have been proposed to become standard - an update as it were
to ansi c.

Are there laymen level articles that have been published,
detailing the differences, and documenting where the process
is at - seeing as it's now been 4 or 5 yrs since 1999 ...


Try reading comp.std.c, they may have more idea.


Try the following:

<http://web.onetelnet.ch/~twolf/tw/c/c9x_changes.html>
<http://wwwold.dkuug.dk/JTC1/SC22/WG14/www/newinc9x.htm>

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Nov 13 '05 #3

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On Sat, 16 Aug 2003 02:35:36 GMT, in comp.lang.c , CBFalconer
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Mark McIntyre wrote:
lv*****@yahoo.com wrote:
> Are there laymen level articles that have been published,
> detailing the differences, and documenting where the process
> is at - seeing as it's now been 4 or 5 yrs since 1999 ...
Try reading comp.std.c, they may have more idea.


Try the following:

<http://web.onetelnet.ch/~twolf/tw/c/c9x_changes.html>


broken link
<http://wwwold.dkuug.dk/JTC1/SC22/WG14/www/newinc9x.htm>


err, I think the OP wanted to know what was going to be in C200X
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