gaf at blu.org
Sat Aug 26 20:15:46 EDT 2006
The C++ standard defined header files without the trailing .h.
limits is a standard ANSI C++ header file that contains the
numeric_limits class as well as a couple of enumerations.
If the implementation does not include limits, it is not compliant.
On Sat, 26 Aug 2006 13:19:51 -0400
Stephen Adler <adler at stephenadler.com> wrote:
> The following code compiles on my linux (FC5) box.
> #include <limits>
> int main()
> When I compile it on a solaris box, limits is not found. I forget, is
> the stl built in with
> g++ or do I have to go out, find it, and install it?
> Cheers. Steve.
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