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How can I find if the compiler I am using is C++11 or C++ or C++98?
Is it that C++11 has more API's then C++98?
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I can say APIs with more features... You can find more infos in cppreference site/cplusplus.com.
To get whether your compiler is supporting C++11 or not, you need to check the new feature added in C++11 or have to read the compiler documentation for your confirmation.
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Thanks

Can we just find out by g++ or gcc version if it supports c++11 or not
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