I'm a fairly new programmer (well I've been exposed to it for quite a few years now, but have yet to refine my skills).
For the past month, I've been using Notepad as my editor and compiling and running programs via command line executions in MS-DOS.
However, I am interested in using Quincy 2005 as an editor, since I am quite familiar with it from school and so forth.
A problem I encounter when trying to compile through Quincy is the following:
This error basically occurs when the program encounters the #include<stdio.h> or #include<stdlib.h> lines in the source code during execution. These libraries use 'long long' as variable declaration types in some of their functions.Code:error: ISO C90 does not support 'long long'
I initially thought the error occurred because I am using Dev-C++ as the default compiler, while Quincy comes with MingW. Hence, I tried changing the default compiler to MingW, but still no luck.
Furthermore, I also noticed that MingW uses 'long long' in its libraries for as variable declaration types.
Has anyone encountered this problem, if so, please share your thoughts.
P.S. I thought that maybe I was not correctly setting the path name (via Control Panel>System>Advanced>Environment Variables) when I changed the default compiler from Dev-C++ to MingW, but I doubt that.