C++ programming application

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    Question C++ programming application

    I've been looking all over for an application to write C++ in but had no such luck... Any idea where I could get one???

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    Well, there's Visual C++ (microsoft.com), Borlad C (borland.com), and plenty of others...have a look at the home page of this site (cprogramming.com), and click on Compilers...good luck
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    theres also notepad, dos edit, etc .

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    you can write C++ in notepad.
    Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.
    Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound.

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    Yea

    but you'll need a compiler dont forget.
    I used Dev C++ because everyone suggested it was the easiest to learn on. It is fairly easy to use. Way easier then a command line comiler like borland
    Jeff Paddon
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    Borland doesn't make JUST command line compilers. They're actually famous for their IDEs.

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    but Borland's IDEs are rather expensive.

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    I use DJGPP it works fine. I use the command line, but it comes with RHIDE (a borland-style IDE).

    Also its completely free and all of your code is portable to linux

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    I suggest using Dev-C++, it's easy, free, and has an IDE which attempts to mimic VC++ I used it for a long time while I was first getting started with C++

    Dev-C++
    Don't let the name fool you, it's good stuff!

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    Originally posted by MattK
    I use DJGPP it works fine. I use the command line, but it comes with RHIDE (a borland-style IDE).

    Also its completely free and all of your code is portable to linux
    dont be so sure. not everything is.

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