is 98 better than 6.0?
Originally posted by bennyandthejets
I think this has been done at least 300 times before.
But anyway, the compiler I've used for about 5 years, is MS VC++ 98. I love it. It has a good, user friendly interface. It tells you function parameters, class members, etcetera, so you hardly even need a reference. The best thing is the debugging features. You can place breakpoints anywhere, view disassembled code, the call stack, watch variables, and the list goes on.
I don't know about all those other free compilers, but don't think I'll ever change from this one. If you can afford it, go for it.