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Posted on 14-09-08 18:40
Would anyone here recommend Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express or should I just stick with bloodshed dev or a borland compiler.


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Posted on 14-09-08 18:43
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Would anyone here recommend Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express or should I just stick with bloodshed dev or a borland compiler.


The fuck is wrong with you?

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Posted on 14-09-08 18:47
It's an excellent IDE to work with and comes with a built in online web help feature and more helpful (IMO) debugger info than Dev-Cpp, however, I would not recommend using ONLY MSVC++ because you have to often incorporate non-standard code to make it work for instance, you must #include "stdafx.h", if you work with GUI programming, you'll find that you'll often have to change the parameters a bit, for instance
//note the _T("")
MessageBox(NULL,_T("Text"),_T("Caption"),MB_ICONEXCLAMATION|MB_OK);
and if you do not do that, it can give confusing output (especially in more lengthy code) to someone who is used to a different compiler.




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Posted on 14-09-08 20:41
I would just stick with bloodshed.


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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Posted on 14-09-08 21:08
I personally like visual C++


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Posted on 14-09-08 23:34
chronicburst wrote:
Would anyone here recommend Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express or should I just stick with bloodshed dev or a borland compiler.


Are you sure you want to learn C++ right now? Weren't you learning python? As I remember, you were have problems with the basics not too long ago. There is a lot more to grasp in C++. But, what ever floats your boat.


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Posted on 15-09-08 02:26
Notepad++ pwns... for a dev environment. Use MinGW for a compiler.




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Notepad++ pwns.


Doesn't compile shit though Pfft



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Zephyr_Pure wrote:
Notepad++ pwns.

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Doesn't compile shit though Pfft


Note the edit; was playing Carbon and got in a cop chase. Didn't have time to finish it out immediately. Nice catch. Smile


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Zephyr_Pure wrote:
Notepad++ pwns... for a dev environment. Use MinGW for a compiler.


Ditto


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Zephyr_Pure wrote:
Notepad++ pwns... for a dev environment. Use MinGW for a compiler.



That's what I use.


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Zephyr_Pure wrote:
Notepad++ pwns... for a dev environment. Use MinGW for a compiler.


when i had my windows partition i tried it, but found dev-cpp to be easier overall.


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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All right thanks for the opinions. I will write my scripts in notepad ++ and use MSVC++ to execute and debug. I have to agree on notepad++ being kick ass.


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Posted on 15-09-08 21:08
Why not write your code in VC++ if you're compiling in it?

It's a nice dev environment, and the help functions are wonderful :happy:


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Hmm, I use Codeblocks + Mingw, it works pretty nicely.


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Posted on 15-09-08 22:13
Notepad2 + MinGW FTW.