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This is a discussion on Dev-C++ within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I was wondering, what is the difference between Dev-C++ and ANSI C++? Also, now that I am at it, how ...

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    I was wondering, what is the difference between Dev-C++ and ANSI C++? Also, now that I am at it, how are professional computer programs made so complicated yet so small? Are they written in ASM?

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    DEV-C++ and ANSI are apples and oranges... ANSI is the standardization of the C/++ language whereas DEV-C++ is an implementation [read: a compiler] of the language...

    also, i'd imagine they know their compiler's inside and out... and that they probably import code from a 3rd party general library common to the target systems...
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