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    Unhappy a question about C

    I was asking about asm before, since a lot pp said that C is better and useful if i don't want the direct access to hardware~~

    for the C compiler~~ do i need to purchase it or there are free downloads on the web????

    also~~ for another question~~~

    THE "COBOL" ~~ an old old languages

    is there any COBOL tutorial on the web, or it's all extinct~~
    if yes, can someone please provide a link for it~~

    (thankz) don't be mad at me since i ask so many questions.....
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    free:

    GCC
    LCC
    Borland

    to name a few
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    how about COBOL tutorials
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    There are free downloads on the web. Once again...search www.google.com.

    Yes, there are cobol tutorials out there. Search for those also. Not sure why you would want to know cobol, but it is still around a few places.
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    Don't worry about asking many questions, it shows that you actually have some willingness to learn, which is a good thing.

    As for the C compiler, there is gcc which comes as standard with Linux distros, or for Windows there is Dev-C++ which is an excellent compiler that I use all the time. You could get MSVC++, but it's proprietory software, takes up a lot of space for each project, and costs quite a lot of money, pariculary if you want the enterprise edition.

    As for COBOL, Google has some links to good tutorials, so check it out.

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    mm!! is there a cobol compiler?
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    Go to A Programmers Heaven for free compilers + anything else programming related that your looking for.
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    theres a quite good C compiler for Msdos, Pacific and its freeware , but the best way is = install a Unix OS and youll have the best c compilers gcc cc 8)
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    WOW Someone Actually intrested in COBOL mmkay this is my expertise. COBOL compiler go to www.download.com and there is a cobol compiler there called Fujitsu COBOL 3 get that and learn how to use it. It will do normal stuff. The best COBOL compiler I think is using NET EXPREES but it's very hard to find and it's not that expensive.. Those are the only 2 out right now that work for Windows 2000/ XP versions. There is another one in a SAMS Teach Yourself COBOL in 24 hours book that has a COBOL compiler in it, and the book only cost like 20.00. And it works for all versions of Windows.

    If you need help with COBOL programs you can just post them here There are some COBOL programmers here at AO but not to many. If you don't want that PM me and I can see what I could do.

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    thanks
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