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    C compiler

    I'm looking for a compiler, c i don't need C++ FOR WINODWS. S SMALL (IN KB)AND RELIABLE ONE

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    Have you ever considered the MinGW port of GCC?

    Dev-C++ 4.9.9.0 comes with the MinGW port of GCC 3.3.1, you can download Dev-C++ 4.9.9.0 free of charge, but it is 7.47 MB, not exactly small (since it includes the C++ related stuff and the IDE as well).
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    the only c only compiler i can think of is
    lcc-win32
    there are not many compilers which compile c and not c++ also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogeek
    I'm looking for a compiler, c i don't need C++ FOR WINODWS. S SMALL (IN KB)AND RELIABLE ONE
    If you like ol'good text interface, DJGPP (Eventually with RHIDE) should suit.

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    DEV C++ sucks, i know that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogeek
    DEV C++ sucks, i know that!
    Not true.
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    Dev-C++ is excellent quality for its price.
    The new beta version is especially good.

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    they all suck i'm searching for one easy compiler just writethe c cod eand compile !!!1 I CANNOT FIND ANYONE

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    You could try TINY C it is for linux though ony 100kb
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    http://faq.cprogramming.com/cgi-bin/...&id=1031248558
    Of course, asking for a compiler is a meaningless question unless you also say which OS you have
    And please don't say something equally vacuous as "Windows" or "DOS"
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    You might try www.thefreecountry.com . They maintain links to many freeware and public domain compilers. I hope this will help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogeek
    they all suck i'm searching for one easy compiler just writethe c cod eand compile !!!1 I CANNOT FIND ANYONE
    Don't blame the compilers for your failings.

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    ms-dos c compiler

    You can find a MS-DOS compiler at http://www.htsoft.com/downloads/demos.php. Its small enough to fit on a floppy

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogeek
    they all suck i'm searching for one easy compiler just writethe c cod eand compile !!!1 I CANNOT FIND ANYONE
    if you dont appreciate the help, then go find one yourself.

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    Maybe if your weren't so ignorant and had half a brain you could actully program. If you can't get some of your code to compile blame it on yourself not your compiler all of the foremetioned compilers will COMPILE
    Woop?

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