From: Kevlin Henney (kevlin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-11-08 09:30:19
In message <00ef01c0498e$eb894740$120524d4_at_pdimov>, Peter Dimov
>From: "Kevlin Henney" <kevlin_at_[hidden]>
>> >A question, why the <cstdlib>? Note that MSVC's <c*> headers don't put
>> >identifiers in std.
>> Because any doesn't just compile with MSVC.
>Yes, of course, my point is that test-any.cpp doesn't use anything from
><cstdlib>, if I'm not mistaken; and if it did, you'd either get an error on
>MSVC that the identifier is not a member of std:: or an error from the real
>compilers that the identifier is in std::. <stdlib.h> would work on both -
>had it been required.
EXIT_SUCCESS and EXIT_FAILURE, which are both gtee'd to be macros, are
both used in test-any.cpp.
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