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Re: GCC Steering Committee decision on ISO C conversion


Found this searching ysing Altavista:

ANSI C89 or ISO C90 is still currently available but only in paper form. For
instance, Global Engineering Documents was carrying C89 (X3.159). Once at that
link, click US, enter "x3.159" in the document number (NOT the document title)
search box, and that'll get you the latest info from Global on this paper 
document (last we checked it was US$148) 

This was from a page dated Dec, 2001.

Hope this helps,


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>> From gcc-return-55097-urban=ast.lmco.com@gcc.gnu.org Fri Jun 14 08:58 MDT 
2002
>> Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2002 15:58:08 +0100
>> From: Dave Hudson <dave@cyclicode.net>
>> Subject: Re: GCC Steering Committee decision on ISO C conversion
>> To: "Kaveh R. Ghazi" <ghazi@caip.rutgers.edu>
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>> Hi,
>> 
>> Kaveh R. Ghazi wrote:
>> > I probably left something out, but use ISO C90 as your guide.
>> 
>> Does anyone know where ISO C90 (ISO/IEC9899:1990) can be obtained from? 
>>   Both the ISO and ANSI electronic stores now only carry C99 
>> (ISO/IEC9899:1999) and its technical corrigendum.
>> 
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Dave
>> 


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