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News 2014-05-07: Defect reports and record of responses on ISO/IEC 9899:2011
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News 2013-05-14: Wiki for the CPLEX (C parallel language extensions) study group
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News 2013-03-08: TR 24772:2013 Guidance to avoiding vulnerabilities in programming languages through language selection and use is freely available from ISO
News 2011-12-19: New revision of ISO/IEC 9899:2011 C standard (C11) published
News 2011-10-11: New WG wiki (protected, only for members of WG14)

ISO/IEC   JTC1/SC22/WG14 is the international standardization working group for the programming language C.

The current C programming language standard (C11) ISO/IEC 9899 was adopted by ISO and IEC in 2011.

To obtain the international standard, please contact your national member body.

Work on projects and their milestones include:

Other information available is:

If you want further information, or want to participate, please contact your national member body or one of the contact addresses of the WG.


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