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C++ Standard Spec

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Hi! Does anyone know where I can find the official ANSI/ISO C++ Standard Specification? Thanks! Drag0n ----------------------------- "Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the universe trying to build bigger and better idiots. So far, the universe is winning..." -- Rich Cook My future web presence: Dave''s Programming Resources

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The official standard may be purchased from the ISO (that is, it is not available for free). You may be able to Google for some draft copies, which are mostly up to date (I''d help you with links if I were on my own computer ...).

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a link to the actual purchase is here: http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/detail?product_id=49964

or two general links are:
http://www.ncits.org/
http://www.ansi.org/

and the cost is $18 for a downloadable copy $175 for a hard copy.

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quote:
Original post by Xai
$175 for a hard copy.

Do they use gold ink?





"If there is a God, he is a malign thug."
-- Mark Twain

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do any of you think you can produce BOOK in runs of 100s (not 1000s) for $40 ... and make a profit ... the current price for things like books and music is based on MASS PRODUCTION ... same for TVs and Home Electronics ... Did you know that if you try to buy the parts to build an amplifier manually, it costs more than a professional amplifier ... and I ask you how much you think it would cost to use Kinko''s to copy and bind a single book for you ... a lot.

Yes it''s too expensive, and probably $100 of that is profit ... but at least they release the online (free for them) version for a very reasonable $18 ... so it''s like PBS, make an $18 donation and they send you a copy.

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$18 and bring it to one of those office printing places (Mailboxes etc,staples,office depot). Prolly cost less than what $20? (maybe more but no where near $160).

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