C Compiler For 64-Bit Windows 7

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    Question C Compiler For 64-Bit Windows 7

    I am new to C programming, used to do programming On C++ at windows XP.
    Pls. Someone Help Right now using Windows 7 64-Bit. My University doesn't allow me change my operating system .

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    well im using also Win7 64-bit and I use Dev C++

    The Dev-C++ Resource Site

    works great

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    Visual studio is always a good place to start. The Express Edition is free I believe.
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    Dev-C++ is a crappy old buggy and unsupported IDE. At least move to wxDev-C++ which is currently in development and supported.

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    You could always give Code::Blocks a try too. It comes with GCC. I've heard Pelles C is not too bad, though I have never tried it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Xperience View Post
    I am new to C programming, used to do programming On C++ at windows XP.
    Pls. Someone Help Right now using Windows 7 64-Bit. My University doesn't allow me change my operating system .
    smorgasbordet - Pelles C

    ANSI C-99, free, 64bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by kermit View Post
    I've heard Pelles C is not too bad, though I have never tried it myself.
    I use it all the time kermit... It's actually pretty good. A couple of little eccentricities to get used to but overall a solid trustworthy compiler.

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    thanks for your support

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    Thanks

    Thanks alot

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