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    in vc++ is the code standard different?

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    What do you mean?
    There is only one C++ standard.

    Ancient VC++6 supports it very badly.

    Current VC++.Net supports it pretty well.

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    Yea I wouldn't use VC++ or any of Microsoft Products, but hey thats just me. Use Dev C++ (FREE!) or Borland C++ Builder 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimirpaw
    Yea I wouldn't use VC++ or any of Microsoft Products
    Arghghghgh!!!
    Use Visual Studio, Use Visual Studio, Use Visual Studio,
    Use Visual Studio, Use Visual Studio, Use Visual Studio,
    Use Visual Studio, Use Visual Studio, Use Visual Studio!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimirpaw
    Yea I wouldn't use VC++ or any of Microsoft Products, but hey thats just me. Use Dev C++ (FREE!) or Borland C++ Builder 6.
    Haha, *cough* (Expert Visual Basic Programmer) *cough*

    I would start with Dev C++ too. Using VC++ is when you're just trying to learn is pointless. Of course once you get into major projects it would probably be wise to get used to VC++ and its abnormal ways. (I hear its used in the industry a lot). (I read it using VC++ is liking learning language). (There are forums dedicated to VC++ problems).
    Warning: Have doubt in anything I post.

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    VC++ rules. It's the best IDE and compiler EVER!!!
    Not 'cause of the industry, it simply awesome!
    And i have also used DevC++ and Borland for a couple of years, and i know VC++
    is the best. It Is!
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    VS.NET breaks quite dramatically from Microsoft's history. It's very well made - I'd recommend it for just about any project. If you don't want to spend that much money, Dev-C++ is also very good but lacks a visual editor and some very powerful features.

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    yep, the visual editor is nice

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