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    Official C++ website

    hey all, not really a technical question.......

    but I've googled and googled and googled..... It's probaly easy to find and I'm just not using the right search terms or not but, been looking for a while now.....

    I cant seem to find the official central C++ website of the official c++ standards body, whoever they be, does anyone know the location of this elusive site?
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    Quote Originally Posted by primefalcon View Post
    I cant seem to find the official central C++ website of the official c++ standards body, whoever they be, does anyone know the location of this elusive site?
    The official standards body would be ISO. The site is http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/

    A more interesting site would be that of Bjarne Stroustrup, http://www.research.att.com/~bs/


    All in all, when it comes to C++, the official standard and standards body isn't that interesting to you unless you're writing a compiler.
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    No but it's nice to keep up to date on the latest standards and such, the same reason I keep http://php.net and http://www.w3.org/ on my check list

    Thx for those links btw :-)


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