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Posted on 26-01-06 00:06
Hey sup all,
ive kinda been starting to learn some basic C++ and was wondering what compiler you guys would recommend, im running windows

thnx for the help,,


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Posted on 26-01-06 04:13
http://www.borland.com/downloads/download_cbuilder.html
borland is a lot better than dev, dev is just an IDE, far less powerful

http://gcc.gnu.org/
for linux is good

EDIT: here is a good list of a lot of compilers
http://www.compilers.net/Dir/Free/Compilers/CCpp.htm

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Posted on 26-01-06 05:32
When it comes to Windows development, nothing beats Visual Studio as an IDE. I do prefer the gcc compiler, but for an IDE/Debugger, use Visual Studio. Buy a legitimate copy, no piracy here kthx.

If you're thinking cross-platform, specifically using Qt or ACE, go for Bloodshed Dev. If you're just using Windows, use VS.


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Posted on 26-01-06 06:54
yes, vs is what I use and it's vary easy to use.

I'm glad you chose to learn to program. Keep it up and keep us updated.



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Posted on 26-01-06 07:47
Bloodshed Dev C++ is what I use for winderz.

But if you can get your hands on a good pirated visual studio go for it! Wink