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  • DevC++

    9 19.57%
  • Borland

    7 15.22%
  • Microsoft

    20 43.48%
  • DJGPP

    2 4.35%
  • gcc

    6 13.04%
  • Other

    2 4.35%

What Compiler do you use?

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    What Compiler do you use?

    See Above^
    I use DevC++
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    Dev-C++ isn't a compiler.. mingw is the compiler behind the Dev-C++ IDE. I use gcc on linux most often. mingw is a windows port of gcc.
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    I use the mighty VC++6 and occasionally DevC++

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    I think cygwin is also bundeled with Dev.
    But I like jGrasp with mingw more.

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    Depends... in Windows, I use the Visual Studio compiler...

    under Linux, I use the gcc compiler..

    but there isn't an option for gcc (besides other)

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    > I think cygwin is also bundeled with Dev.

    I think you're right...

    I use Dev occasionally, MSVC occasionally, and Dynamic C all the time...

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    hey, ive been using borland 3.1 for some time now. Can anybody tell me which compiler i should get if i want to upgrade.

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    I use MSVC++ 6.0 for any real coding and Borland C++ 4.52 for answering questions about code that use Borland supported features liberally since MSVC++ has no hope of compiling that kind of stuff

    Note that MSCV++ 6.0 will soon become MSVC++.NET (yay)

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    I'm using several compilers. Though I voted GCC since it is the one I use most.

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    Compilers should be free. Good programming tools shouldn't be just for the rich. Same with computers and operating systems.

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    Compilers are free.
    Its the ide that costs you money but there are still plently of good, free editors around.

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    I'm using several compilers.
    Agreed. I have (if we are limiting our topic to C/C++ compilers):

    3 Borland flavors, 1 Microsoft (6 standard), Mingw/cygwin Dev-C++ (mingw updated significantly), gcc, DJGPP, and powerC (don't ask, it is pretty useless, but needed it for work).

    [edit] All of which I use at least once in a while.. though not so much DJGPP or powerC anymore.[/edit]
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    gcc is totally free... and there are tons of editing tools for Linux...

    however if you're stuck with Winblows options... you can always find them for free if you know where to look and you don't mind pron...

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    Originally posted by ober5861
    gcc is totally free... and there are tons of editing tools for Linux...

    however if you're stuck with Winblows options... you can always find them for free if you know where to look and you don't mind pron...
    That's not free, that's stealing.

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    I use

    borland 5.5 with Vide the ide was made in java for c++ the irony amuses me...I have no life....
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