I would like to ask for your help. I searched a lot on Internet, but I found mismatched informations.
- I tried to buy the "ISO/IEC 14882:2003(E) Programming Languages - C++" standard on the ansi.org, but i have not found it. However, I found this standard on nssn.org:
But unfortunately this standard has been deleted or replaced with an another one.
On the iso.org, it's also the same situation:
Yes, I know that the actual standard is C++11, but I'm need the C++03 standard. From another sources, I heard that, the C++03 standard has become an open standard, so I can download it from the Internet for free, THE FULL, OFFICIAL standard, for example:
Is this true? And it's the full, official C++03 standard, not just a draft?
- Is that true, the C99 (C programming language, 1999) has also become an open standard? If yes, this is the full C99 standard?: cs.nyu.edu/courses/spring13/CSCI-GA.2110-001/downloads/C99.pdf