One of many name changes in the product's history (includingQuote:> Is there any difference between sun studio compilers and forte
> or the names have been changed???
Sun Studio is newer.Quote:> Is there any difference between sun studio compilers and forte
The names have changed as well.Quote:> or the names have been changed???
for the full lowdown.
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TrueQuote:> One of many name changes in the product's history (including
> amongst others, Java somethingortheother, Workshop, Proworks/Teamworks,
> and probably more I've forgotten). Of course, the versions and features
> change too.
I could not agree with your more.Quote:> It's always been a good product -- shame about the naming.
The change from SunOs to Solaris was unnecessary and added a degree of
confusion, which is still persists to this day, albeit rather small now
as Solaris has been around a long while.
But the almost constant changing of compiler names is just ridiculous.
Is it done to keep the staff in the marketing department in a job?
When the compiler names are changed again , perhaps "dynamic" would
be sensible, to indicate the name is characterised by constant change.
 I think it is safe to say 'when' rather than 'if'.
Any guesses for when the next compiler name change will occur? Can we
get to the end of 2006 without another compiler name change?
Dave K MCSE.
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We just installed Forte 6 and are testing its C++ compiler. We got following errors while trying to compile a small
cout << "hello\n";
cin >> C;
cout << "you typed: " << C << endl;
"testC.C", line 7: Error: string is not defined.
"testC.C", line 8: Error: cout is not defined.
"testC.C", line 9: Error: cin is not defined.
"testC.C", line 10: Error: cout is not defined.
"testC.C", line 10: Error: endl is not defined.
5 Error(s) detected.
If we use iostream.h, errors for cout,cin, and endl are gone. But undefined "string" error is always there no matter
whether <string> or <string.h> is used.
Any suggestions about how to include the header files?
Thanks for any help!