View Poll Results: What compiler do you use

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  • Dev c++ 4

    12 20.69%
  • Borland (free version)

    8 13.79%
  • Microsoft Visual C++ 6 Enterprise

    18 31.03%
  • other

    20 34.48%

what do you use

This is a discussion on what do you use within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; there are 3 main compilers i see used, dev c++ 4, borland(free version) and MSVC++ 6 enterprise. what do you ...

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    Sir Mister Insane Sako Klinerr1's Avatar
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    what do you use

    there are 3 main compilers i see used, dev c++ 4, borland(free version) and MSVC++ 6 enterprise. what do you use?


    I use dev c++ 4
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    MSVC++ 6 Standard
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    hmm borland 5.5 prof . yes thats it
    Such is life.

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    for the rest of the people that said other say what compiler you use
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    im trying to get msvc++6 enterprise but i can find ti in stores and my parents dont wanna got it on a e-shop because they are very catious about giving away their credit card number
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    A dev-C++ user here (mainly)
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    In other words, if you teach your cat to bark (output) and eat dog food (input) that doesn't make him a dog. It would have to chase cars, chew bones, and have puppies before I'd call it Rover ;-)
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    Question

    im trying to get msvc++6 enterprise but i can find ti in stores and my parents dont wanna got it on a e-shop because they are very catious about giving away their credit card number
    Why do you need the enterprise edition? I doubt your parents want to fork out ~$1000 for a compiler. Besides, I doubt you even know the differences between the Standard and Enterprise editions.

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    Dev C++, and G++ (Cygwin).

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    Dev-C++
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    1. wut is g++?
    2. whats the difference between standard and enterprise, isnt standard not useful if u plan on selling things you create? i heard i should get enterprise thats all. and i was planning to pay for it myself. Yes i have like a thousand dollars, i do like little things for people and get money like making layouts for their sites etc.
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    MS VC++ 6.0 Professional edition here.
    "...the results are undefined, and we all know what "undefined" means: it means it works during development, it works during testing, and it blows up in your most important customers' faces." --Scott Meyers

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    g++ stands for GNU c++ compiler it is free compiler that comes with all the linux distirubution(red hat suse bla bla bla).
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    Visual C++ 6.0 Professional and Borland C++ 6.0 Enterprise

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    I use Dev-C++ ... but not 4 5!
    what does signature stand for?

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    DJGPP, Borland C++Builder (free version), Visual C++ 6.0.

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    dev c+ 5 is not recomended to use until they complete it, ive gotten uncalled compiler errors with it because of its beta. im gettgin 5 when its done, unless i buy vc++ 6 by hen
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