Compiler for both univ and windows headers

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    Compiler for both univ and windows headers

    Hello Everybody

    can any one help me in finding a C compiler which works for both unix systems and windows systems( header files of unix compiler and header files of windows compiler)

    Thanks for ur time!!!

    krivin

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    i already checked out the compilers like gcc,bcc32,minGW ... but they r not working for both systems

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    gcc should work. For POSIX functions, anyway.
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    gcc on your unix system.

    Dev-C++ (which is just an IDE around the Mingw compiler (which is just ported gcc)) for your windows box.

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    i'm a beginner and i need an easy-to-use compiler for windows.. suggestions?

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    Look up a post or so.
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