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    Free C/C++ compilers

    Here's a newbie question. I am new to programming and I picked up this book about C++. However, it's for a windows platform and it didn't come with a compiler. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good free C++compiler or development environment for windows. Thanks in advance.

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    Lightbulb c++

    download the free compiler from borland (v5)
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    Dev-C++ from BloodShed is an excellent compiler which I use all the time. Of course if you're using Linux there's always gcc.
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    Thanks a ton guys...I'll try both.

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    this is just a great site in general:

    http://www.programmersheaven.com/

    they have free c/c++ compilers, tips and tricks for both newbies and professionals.

    you can find free compilers here:
    http://www.programmersheaven.com/oth...0files_all.htm
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    try using dev c++ it's a freeware a windows version of gcc
    try searching i forgot the link, the keyword is: dev c++
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    its nice that u want to learn C and C++ because those are the most powerful languages...
    ok u can find some good tutorials at www.1001tutorials.com
    and also visit this site that also will help u a lot...

    and for free compilers visit the sites our other friends have mentioned above...

    hope this will help... happy learning...

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    Originally posted by protocool
    try using dev c++ it's a freeware a windows version of gcc
    try searching i forgot the link, the keyword is: dev c++
    http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html
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