Which countries are in GCC?

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Which countries are in GCC?

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is a political and economic union of Arab states bordering the Gulf. It was established in 1981 and its 6 members are the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain.

Which country was removed from GCC?

March 2014 GCC crisis In March 2014, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt withdrew their ambassadors from Qatar. This severing of relations was the first of its kind since the establishment of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

Is Egypt part of GCC countries?

Egypt – is not a GCC country. Is an Arab Muslim country (mostly, also a significant Christian population).

Which is the richest Gulf country?


Rank Country/Territory GDP per capita (US$)
World 11,355
Arab League 6,358
1 Saudi Arabia 22,865
2 United Arab Emirates 37,749

Is Qatar in GCC countries?

All current member states are monarchies, including three constitutional monarchies (Qatar, Kuwait, and Bahrain), two absolute monarchies (Saudi Arabia and Oman), and one federal monarchy (the United Arab Emirates, which is composed of seven member states, each of which is an absolute monarchy with its own emir).

Which is the smallest GCC country?

Bahrain is the smallest in area with a population of about 0.55 million. It is an archipelago composed of 36 islands with a total area of 695 km 2 .

Who is the richest Arab country?

Qatar, Middle East – Qatar is currently the wealthiest country in the Arab World (based on GDP per capita).

Where to use the C99 flag in GCC?

2 Answers 2. Instead of calling /usr/bin/gcc, use /usr/bin/c99. This is the Single-Unix-approved way of invoking a C99 compiler. On an Ubuntu system, this points to a script which invokes gcc after having added the -std=c99 flag, which is precisely what you want.

Are there any C99 features that are not supported?

C99 features that I do not use because they are not well supported include: macros with variable number of parameters. C99 features that I regularly use that seem to be pretty well supported (except by Microsoft):

Is the Intel C compiler compatible with C99?

The Intel C Compiler has very good C99 support and it produces fast binaries. (Thanks 0x69 !) MSVC supports some new features and Microsoft plan to broaden support in future versions. GCC supports some new things of C99.

When did the C programming language replace C99?

The C11 version of the C programming language standard, published in 2011, replaces C99.

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