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ANSI C++ compiler for HPUX11

Is ANSI C++ compiler for HPUX 11 single pass or multiple pass. i.e. is the linker for this compiler single pass or multipass. If it is single pass how do I need to take care about this in my code.
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jhanceCommented:
Are you having a specific problem?

Most compilers today are single pass but they do handle forward references by keeping a table of references that cannot be resolved during the pass and then fixing them up before generating the final code output.  I guess you could term them 1.5 pass compilers.  This is different from older two pass compilers and assemblers that did nothing during the first pass other than build a symbol table.  Then the second pass was run to generate the code.

Thankfully, the two-pass era has pretty much passed.... ;-)
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NetminderCommented:
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