This header was originally in the C standard library as
Compatibility header, in C defines alternative operator representations which are keywords in C++.
This means that in a conforming implementation, including this header has no effect.
In old or nonconforming compilers, using the alternative operator representations may still require including this header.
Prior to C++20, including
<ciso646> was sometimes used as a technique for obtaining definitions of implementation-specific library version macros without causing other effects. As of C++20, the header
<version> was added for this purpose.
#include <ciso646> #ifdef _LIBCPP_VERSION #error Using LLVM libc++ #elif __GLIBCXX__ // Note: only version 6.1 or newer define this in ciso646 #error Using GNU libstdc++ #elif _CPPLIB_VER // Note: used by Visual Studio #error Using Dinkumware STL #else #error Using an unknown standard library #endif
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