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C/C++ standard followed by Borland C++ 5.02?

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    C/C++ standard followed by Borland C++ 5.02?

    Hi! Can anyone tell me which ANSI/ISO standard of C/C++ has been followed in Borland C++ 5.02?

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    It tried to follow C++98. You would better get a newer compiler like GCC or MSVC.
    I never put signature, but I decided to make an exception.

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    Okay! Which standard is GCC or MSVC following? Is it C++11?

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    Okay! Thanks to both of you!

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    You might also consider clang.
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