What I should have said was "used C++, but wrote code that is practically C". I did use some STL and such, but I don't think that really counts does it?
If you have named your files .cpp and are compiling them with a C++ compiler, then it is C++. Different standards for different languages, making two distinct languages.
-pedantic C programmer
ps. I also object to the "C/C++" logo on this forum. C/C++ is a programming language invented by Richard Heathfield, one of the authors of C Unleashed.