When was std::bind added to the language?

Posted on 2013-10-11
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When was std::bind added to the language?

I thought it was a C++11 addition. But then I realized I'm using Visual Studio 2010 which supports it.

However I encounter other compilers which don't support it.
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It was added as part of the C++11 standard; however, not all older compilers are fully compliant with this standard.

>> Visual Studio 2010 which supports it.
2010 has support for C++0x (the draft version of C++11). The first version to fully support C++11 will be 2013, which is currently available for preview.

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