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    where i could find a very good but free and working C++ compilier, or Basic compilier. let me know ASAP please.
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    /me points to www.google.com

    I'm starting to think this is some sort of joke. C++ *or* Basic compiler?

    I've used Bloodshed. Many more can be found here: http://www.thefreecountry.com/compilers/cpp.shtml
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiskic10_4
    /me points to www.google.com

    I'm starting to think this is some sort of joke. C++ *or* Basic compiler?

    I've used Bloodshed. Many more can be found here: http://www.thefreecountry.com/compilers/cpp.shtml

    ive used bloodshed, but everytime i use it, and i try to get into more detail in the code, i get errors, one such error was ending the line with ";" ran through the code, and found the line in which the code supposedly had an error, and nothing was wrong.
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    Real cute. Who is this? The_Specialist? Or Jag? Catch me on UnE, ass...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiskic10_4
    Real cute. Who is this? The_Specialist? Or Jag? Catch me on UnE, ass...

    huh?
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    I am suspecting The Spec...with a handle and sig like that

    or maybe just a fan of poop
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    Quote Originally Posted by morganlefay
    I am suspecting The Spec...with a handle and sig like that

    or maybe just a fan of poop

    major fan of poop. nah i dont want to get confused with someone whos not really like.

    but may i ask, what did they do to piss you off so much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulti-Turd
    ive used bloodshed, but everytime i use it, and i try to get into more detail in the code, i get errors, one such error was ending the line with ";" ran through the code, and found the line in which the code supposedly had an error, and nothing was wrong.
    Using any kind of C/C++ compiler will produce the same errors. It's not the compiler.

    A missing ; error is almost always found in the wrong line.. Look at the lines above it, the error is usually there.
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    I agree with SirDice - it's actually relatively difficult for the compiler to work out where a lot of syntax errors are.

    Anyhow, is it a compiler or an IDE you're looking for? I.e. do you just need something to create the executable files, or do you need the whole environment (text editor, syntax highlighting, built in debugging)?

    If it's the compiler, generally gcc is the way to go (at least it's the most well known C/C++/whatever compiler I know of). If you're looking for an IDE there's a lot of options here are a few:

    Bloodshed Dev-C++ (mentioned already)
    Eclipse CDT (still in development but reasonably functional AFAIK)
    Visual C++ Express Edition (I would avoid this unless you know what you're doing since I think it supports managed [.NET framework] code, and you could potentially get yourself in a mess using non-standard libraries)

    Of the above, I've used Dev-C++ and CDT and found both to be pretty good. I guess CDT has the advantage of being built into Eclipse so if you use Eclipse for other purposes you might want to go with it.

    Also, the "nothing was wrong" thing. Often looking at something you think that's the case, but looking closer you might find a subtle problem.

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