small C compiler?

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    small C compiler?

    heyho folks

    im in need of a very small C compiler for windows.
    even better would be a web based compiler, so no installation is required
    for compiling.

    i am using windows 98.

    thank you.

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    What is for you small? What about the libraries?
    Explain yourself what is small for you

    Or if you want, you can get a unix shell for free, telnet her, compile, see the results and than delete without loosing one byte of you own HD :P

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    How about a 3 meg download and maybe 10 megs of disk space when unpacked? Try lcc-win32:

    www.google.com/search?q=lcc+win32

    first match should be it.

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    my problem, why i was posting this, is that i need to use a C compiler on
    a college machine using windows 98.
    i asked for the size because there is not much space left on the device.

    the main idea is that i need to execute the the compiled programs
    on that machine.
    so a unix shell would not be working. (i guess thats because of the libraries )

    well anyway thanks for your help!

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    Dude, but you can use a unix shell box under win98, just telnet the shell

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    Putty is pretty good, but I don't remember the actual size of it. You can telnet it and it works better than the default Windows version.

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    well thanks for your replies.
    seems to me that there is no way around installing a compiler on
    the system.

    cu

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    http://www.comeaucomputing.com/tryitout/

    There was another one I found, but the bookmark's on another computer, and I don't remember what it was.

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