Hey Again all -
This isn't really a question, as much as it is a topic for discussion. I am wondering about the differences between normal C++, and ANSI/ISO C++. My instructor in a course right now is teaching the ANSI/ISO C++, but when I originally learned C++, I learned it differently.
For one thing, there is no namespace topics. When I #include a standard header, I use #include <standardheadername.h> rather than just #include <standardheadername>. I also noticed that there are no stupid "using" statements, so cin and cout are just recognized as such, rather than std::cin and std::cout.
Can anyone tell me the other major differences? Which is better to become familiar with? Should I just use ANSI/ISO C++ for the time being to placate my instructor, and actually use regular C++ after the course is done with?
Just kinda need some advice here, because I see a lot of people with the older (or what I consider to be older) #include statements.