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    Favorite C++ compiler?

    I was just wondering what everyones favorite C++ compiler was. Thanks.

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    I feel a sense of deja vu here.

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    I like cheese.


    Speaking of cheese.... I also like gcc.
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    i use gcc, dev-c++, visual c++ 6.0 Standard Edition and i have got visual .net, but haven't been using it yet, since mostly i'm now working with C, and for that i use gcc and dev-c++.

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    Not really sure on this one the only one i have ever seen used is c++ 6 standard...so maby that is good not sure.

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    gcc/g++ does the job for me.
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    GCC/G++.
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    Visual Studio .net 2k3 or gcc/g++
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    I agree with Juridian. The Visual Studio.net API is fantastic. But nothing could ever be better than shell programming in gcc/g++
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