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Re: gcc with std::multimap
- From: "Gareth Pearce" <tilps at hotmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 07:22:47 +0000
- Subject: Re: gcc with std::multimap
I'm using cygwin on win2k . And for a simple test that use std::multimap
This is a gcc question - not a cygwin question - also it is answered in the
message archives. Using gcc with c++ code will be unlikely to work,
certainly if you are using anything from the standard c++ libraries. the
std c++ libraries are Not linked in when you use gcc, but are with c++/g++.
There is also sometimes other differences between gcc and using g++, but
the main one is that it does not add the standard c++ library to the link
I receive some undefined like: << undefined reference to 'cout' >>
when I compile with gcc. I every think
is fine if I compile with c++. What is the difference ???
( I have try included every think : iostream, stdlib, and of course map
and algorithm header but the 1 exit estatus
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