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Postby prozak » Wed Jul 09, 2003 10:34 pm

what c++ program should i use?
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Postby Stewsburntmonkey » Wed Jul 09, 2003 10:40 pm

Any . . . one . . . you . . . want . . . ?

If you are asking about which compiler you should use for C++, I would suggest either Borland or the Microsoft Visual Studio compiler (if you can afford it, Borland is free).  :)
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Postby Iris » Thu Jul 10, 2003 12:13 am

Stews, borland's compiler is free now? back then i still remember, when i was in high school borland was the king when it came to programming languages, with everything named in 'turbo': Basic, C, Pascal, Prolog. I was a fan of their C & Pascal languages....but now that you mentioned that their compiler is free, what do you think has become of the company? i mean, i have absolutely nothing against free software, but for a company with a solid reputation in the past as a first class COMMERCIAL software vendor, it's quite strange.....

(Edited by Iris at 12:15 am on July 10, 2003)
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Postby NVShacker » Thu Jul 10, 2003 12:24 am

I think they sell some stuff... like maybe a non-commandline compiler? Dunno.
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Postby Jackmn » Thu Jul 10, 2003 12:32 am

They sell a c++ IDE, a debugger, and non-personal delphi if I recall.
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Postby tabasco boy » Thu Jul 10, 2003 12:40 am

guys if you wanna download the free compiler its a command line compiler though here's the link:
http://www.borland.com/products/downloads/download_cbuilder.html its more or less 8mb and probably take me a few hours to download it.
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Postby elDiablo » Thu Jul 10, 2003 9:21 am

http://www.bloodshed.net nice easy to use free one ;)
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Postby Dezmond » Thu Jul 10, 2003 9:24 am

Borland used to sell C++ and C++ builder. I have C++ builder 1, 3 and 3 pro... they're decent.
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Postby ReflectingGod » Thu Jul 10, 2003 9:32 am

I use MS Visual C++ 6.

It is really quite good for a MS product, quite easy to use (well, as easy as can be expected) and the MSDN library is quite useful, but as stews said, it is a little expensive....
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Postby AnthonyS » Thu Jul 10, 2003 12:13 pm

Yes! Yes! To elDiablo you listen! The Bloodshed/Dev compiler is simply the best freeware compiler money can buy!!!


EDIT: Wait, that doesn't make sence does it? :)

(Edited by AnthonyS at 12:14 pm on July 10, 2003)
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Postby Sym33 » Thu Jul 10, 2003 5:12 pm

And it will work well with the source on the devcd?

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