Hi, can the Intel c++ compile do something similar to the D_GLIBCXX_DEBUG flag in g++ ? One of the features I need from this flag is allow range checking even when using  on vector.
vector < int > a , a.push_back(1);
so if I access a , which is out of range, normal compiled program will not checked it as it uses  but g++'s D_GLIBCXX_DEBUG compiled program will check it. (Yes I am well aware of .at() but it's slow)