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Release 3.0: October 31, 1997

• Major reorganization of header files. Headers now have the names described in the draft C++ standard. (Old header names are provided as well for backward compatibility.) The new-style headers declare their contents in namespace std; the old-style headers do too, but they import those declarations into the global namespace with using declarations. So, for example, #include is roughly equivalent to #include followed by the declaration using std::vector;.

Note that namespace std is only enabled for compilers whose support for namespaces is sufficient; this is controlled by the header .

• Bug fixes, and minor changes for standard conformance.


Release 3.01: October 31, 1997 | Standard Template Library Programmer`s Guide | Release 2.03: September 9, 1997







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