First of all I have gone through this question Why is #include <iostream.h> bad? and there the reason was simply that it is outdated but I personally think that as a header iostream was better cos you don't have to declare objects like cout and endl in global scope cos they were already in global scope and moreover since # is not used anymore that means it does not comes under a pre-processor directive. I just need to know that why was this done? I still use turbo sometimes and am comfortable in using it in c++ programs even though gcc and g++ provide better debuggers and everything.
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I think you misunderstood the question. It's bad to include
Also, you don't want all of
That being said, if you really want to use C++ as it was before 1998, have at it. But you're throwing away community support (The C++ community has moved on), updates, and any modern innovations from the last 1.5 decades. I think these outweigh the only downside I see, learning a few new things about how C++ has changed.