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[Bug libstdc++/11179] valarray resize error


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http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=11179



------- Additional Comments From giovannibajo@libero.it  2003-06-14 07:38 -------
The point is, the way valarray behaves in libstdc++3 with GCC is the way the 
official ISO/ANSI standard prescribes. So it should be portable. 

I am not sure which version of Microsoft C++ you are referring to, the latest 
(VC2003 .NET) is very very conformant and I'm positive that any bug about 
valarray has been fixed in it. If you are thinking of something like VC6 (which 
was shipped even before there _was_ a C++ standard), I think you're only way to 
go is to use it together with a more conformant standard library, like STLPort.


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