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Old 05-20-2005, 02:12 AM   #1
ta0kira
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C99 libs in ISO C++


I am using <cmath> in a few C++ sources of mine. For some compilers some of the functions are in namespace std:: whereas the same functions are in the global namespace in others. Is there any sort of standard that addresses whether these should be in a namespace or not? I would think they should all be in the global namespace since std:: is for the STL which is not a part of C99. Thanks.
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