Section: D.5 [depr.c.headers] Status: CD1 Submitter: Howard Hinnant Opened: 2006-01-23 Last modified: 2017-06-16
Priority: Not Prioritized
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Previously xxx.h was parsable by C++. But in the case of C99's <complex.h> it isn't. Otherwise we could model it just like <string.h>, <cstring>, <string>:
In the case of C's complex, the C API won't compile in C++. So we have:
The ? can't refer to the C API. TR1 currently says:
Change 26.3.11 [cmplxh]:
The header behaves as if it includes the header <ccomplex>
, and provides sufficient using declarations to declare in the global namespace all function and type names declared or defined in the neader <complex>.