Thread: Dated headers

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    Dated headers

    I don't know if it's mentioned already, but the ... any plan to update all tutorials to conform with the standard? Otherwise, we have to mention it everytime to every newbees that post on this board.
    Last edited by alphaoide; 11-12-2003 at 10:22 PM.

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    yeah, it's kinda embarrasing when we have to say to ignore our own tutorials because their outdated... at this point the FAQ is more helpful than those tutorials...

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    yeah, those tutorials left me scratching my head when i went from devc++ 4 to 4.9..
    Every second post from newbies (like me ) sees someone say "get with the standard, use <iostream> and using namespace std;.........."
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