John D Lamb
J.D.Lamb at btinternet.com
Sun Feb 14 20:23:39 UTC 2010
> I tried all the flags without success. The 10-04 system has
> ANSI/ISO Standard C++ and that is that. What does work is
> changing code in the program listings.
> My older 9.04 uses Standard C++ and in the program you use
> #include<iostream.h> which works fine.
> On 10-04 you need #include<iostream> AND using namespace std;
> It appears no flag can do this.
To #include<iostream.h> you need a file called "iostream.h", which has
been deprecated for a while. I guess the following hack would work, but
I haven’t actually tried it.
1. Create a directory, say /home/user/include
2. Create a file iostream.h in the directory containing
using namespace std;
3. Compile with the flag -I/home/user/include
Then if your C++ header has #include<iostream.h> in it, it should read
iostream instead and put its definitions in the global namespace.
Personally I would rather update the C++ code. But I guess it depends on
on your needs.
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