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C++ cast and STL

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Does Sun C++ v4.1 compiler support C++ cast (static_cast, dynamic_cast, etc..) and STL?  If yes, how can I get it to work on my SPARC workstation?
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You can get the SGI STL port that works with SunPro C++ v4.1 (and
other compilers) from:
http://www.ipmce.su/people/fbp/stl/stlport.html
You "get it to work" by extracting all the files to some
directory, and adding this directory to your include path.
About the casts: I know const_cast is supported, so I imagine
that the other casts are supported too.
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