Stl and g++ 2.91.66
Tue Sep 30 11:37:00 GMT 2003
Versions of GCC before 3.x are not ISO 14882 (i.e., C++) compliant, because they preceded the C++ standard.
You cannot write compliant C++ code (especially ones that use C++ STL as per the standard, and other Standard C++ Library features) with those compilers. You can only write a variation of C++ that existed in a state of flux before the standard was hammered out.
I recommend you plead your case to your teacher to adopt a more current -- and thus more compliant -- GCC.
It makes no sense to me to teach "pre-1998 C++".
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