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what is the prupose of the __USE_GNU preprocessor directive

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I just saw that with the aCC <hp compiler>
I am not able to get the #include<iostreamto work
and there are checks where the
#include<newunder #ifd __USE_GNU

Please help
-Parag

Mar 13 '07 #1
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pa********@hotmail.com wrote:
I just saw that with the aCC <hp compiler>
I am not able to get the #include<iostreamto work
and there are checks where the
#include<newunder #ifd __USE_GNU
You need to ask in a HP or C++ group. Maybe comp.sys.hp.hpux?

Mar 13 '07 #2

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pa********@hotmail.com wrote:
I just saw that with the aCC <hp compiler>
I am not able to get the #include<iostreamto work
<iostreamis not a C header. If you want to compile C++, use a C++
compiler. And if you want to ask C++ questions, go to a C++ newsgroup.
Mar 13 '07 #3

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Amblin' Marty Ambuhl wrote:
pa********@hotmail.com wrote:
I just saw that with the aCC <hp compiler>
I am not able to get the #include<iostreamto work

<iostreamis not a C header. If you want to compile C++, use a C++
compiler. And if you want to ask C++ questions, go to a C++
newsgroup.
He already did. On top of all the other problems, he multi-posted this
to clc++ as well.


Brian
Mar 13 '07 #4

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