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    Bloodshed runs on linux, it uses the GNU Compiler...

    Bloodshed runs on linux, it uses the GNU Compiler Collection, among others, if memory serves...

    While the cin >> x; method is indeed a viable cross-platform solution, and though API calls do tend...
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    Correction: Slashdot is for Nerds, Computer...

    Correction:

    Slashdot is for Nerds, Computer Programming is for Geeks. Life-absorbant RPG's are for people with way too much time on their hands. Remember than guy who died because he went on a...
  3. Thread: C programming

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    to Mike: C++ is C. Man, screw my...

    to Mike:
    C++ <i>is</i> C.

    Man, screw my internal organs! Liver? Who needs a liver?

    I can understand saying: "No, this compiler doesn't support C++, it isn't the right one for you" or "Nah,...
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    If you'd like to be a network admin on a linux...

    If you'd like to be a network admin on a linux system (and maybe do a little bit of hacking once you know how to exploit the system), then Perl is your language. As it isn't really cross-platform...
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    Huh?

    the Blood Dev C Compiler, while possibly committing the faux pas of making an obscure reference to the Linux garbage can, is an exceptional compiler once the price has been taken into account. Should...
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