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    C programming

    What's a good program for C programming? I'm running on a Win 2000 OS.
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    I think you mean a complier, to turn your source code into executable files,

    If you want a free on try DevC++, it does both C and C++
    www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html

    theres loads of free ones out there

    lcc-win32
    www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/

    DJGPP
    www.delorie.com/djgpp/


    As always your first place to look should be google: -

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...s+free&spell=1

    PM me if you want any advice because ive used most of these compilers

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    Thanks

    Thanks i2c ,

    I tried google but didn't have much luck... maybe because I was using the term "program" rather than "compiler". My bad.

    Anyway, I do appreciate the response. I will test it out and may take you up on your offer to PM you if I run into trouble.

    regards,

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    Screw C go with C++
    Go to download.com and search for a c++ compiler and you will get a lot to choose from.
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    Originally posted here by mikem0327
    Screw C go with C++
    Go to download.com and search for a c++ compiler and you will get a lot to choose from.
    nah C has ruled and continues to do so.....C++ is better...but even then u cant screw C man...??
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    Hello,

    Let me say I have experience in both Dev C++ and VC++. VC++ is great if you are tageting WIN32 (MFC) developement. Otherwise, Dev C++ is excellent, small and efficient. Free too! VC++ is a must for any C++ programmer I believe personally...

    VC = Visual C++

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    Yo!

    Originally posted here by mikem0327
    Screw C go with C++
    Go to download.com and search for a c++ compiler and you will get a lot to choose from.
    I would like to tell you that this is just plain silly advice. DUH!

    It is literally impossible to master an upgraded lesson without understanding the basics.

    Certain persons who I know, they will remain unidentified! lol., thought that they could skip a TON, of "Old Tech.", and just continue from where the idea left off.

    They are all re-reading the fuggin books now!

    Hahahahah Foolz!

    Look as far back as your mind will allow you, the basiscs are still important....................... So important.


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    Screw C go with C++
    The mind boggles at the concept of having sexual intercourse with a programming language. Is it the zenith of geekdom that we all aspire to reach? Would appreciate a tutorial..
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    I've always been partial to CygWin (Best part: it's Open Source and thus.. free!)
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    Originally posted here by Abtronic

    The mind boggles at the concept of having sexual intercourse with a programming language. Is it the zenith of geekdom that we all aspire to reach? Would appreciate a tutorial..
    Hmm, food for thought. Thank you for the inspiration, I will set forth on my penmanship and title my new book, "Kama 'C'utra".

    Pictures and all, for those interested, send me graphic pictures...debugged please.
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