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    what compiler does every one use?

    what compiler does every one use?

    I use Borland and Dev C++

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    I use MSVC++ 6.0 Enterprise Edition (<- sounds fancy,but i only
    use the c++ compiler)

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    C++ for me its the easiest

    same as Travis Dane
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    He asked for the compiler

    Like Borland or DEV or VC

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    I use mingw mostly, I also use borland bcc55 sometimes, but i don't use command line stuff, i actually haven't looked at how to use it that way...I use those two with Quincy2000.

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    gcc - GNU project C and C++ compiler
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    CC - Sun WorkShop Compilers C++ 6

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    I'm a mac addict. On my iBook at home I use Macintosh Programmer's Workshop (MPW) because it is the only free compiler I could find for Mac OS. At school I use Metrowerks Codewarrior. I prefer Codewarrior due to its easy interface and better debugging system.
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    gcc (djgpp) for C programs only (when i installed it i forgot to do the c++ stuff and am too lazy to figure it out now)

    gcc (mingw) for C and C++

    lcc (win32) for C, usually for little win32 programs

    pacific (dos) for C, usually for little dos programs (16 bit .exe's can get pretty small! )
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    80% - Codewarrior
    15% - MSVC++6
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    MSVC++ 6.0 but it's got way to many problems with compiling C++ code. I'd like to get Codewarrior or at least MSVC++ .NET so that I have a compiler which lets me do what I should be able to do.

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    Originally posted by Polymorphic OOP
    MSVC++ 6.0 but it's got way to many problems with compiling C++ code. I'd like to get Codewarrior or at least MSVC++ .NET so that I have a compiler which lets me do what I should be able to do.
    The most recent version of Devc++ comes with the Mingw compiler (gcc port) and that is very up to date

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