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  1. #1
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    C++ compiler

    I was wondering what would be the best C++ compiler out right now.I run Mandrake 8.2 and Win 2k.I also would like to know the same about decompilers.I'm still kinda new to C,so try to keep any details in your response in newbie form,so I can understand them.Oh and one last thing,does anyone know of any good C tutorial sites?I've come across a few,but haven't found anything that really impresses me.
    Thanks in Advance

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    Sep 2002
    Hi !

    I do not like very much microsoft products, so if I have to run windows, I use Inprise compiler (like "Borland C++ Builder").

    Running UN!X, you can use gcc, cc, g++ ... ;-)

    Inprise just release Kylix 3, wich is a "delphi-like" and a "c++ builder-like" under linux.
    Great thing they did !
    Code free or die.

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    I personaly use Dev-C++ into my Windows environment. It's a good editor/compiler.
    You can find it at http://www.bloodshed.net
    Life is boring. Play NetHack... --more--

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    KissCool has it.

    Dev-C++ for LIFE!!!!!

    (handles C as well as C++) ...heh...and the GUI just rocks.
    ...This Space For Rent.


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    I use Microsoft Visual C++ to write my code and g++ in a cygwin bash shell to compile it if I'm using windows.

    Otherwise I'll just write in vi and compile with g++.

    Works fine for me, just got to find an editor you like.
    Living life one line of error free code at a time.

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    DevC++ is great if your on a budget.
    The best two, IMO, are Microsoft's Visual C++ (http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/) and Intel's C++ compiler (http://www.intel.com/software/products/compilers/)

    As for C decompilers, I dont think that they're possible. Too complex of a language, I suppose. You'd probably be better off just getting the source.
    \"A humanitarian is always a hypocrite.\" -George Orwell

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