Borland Builder C++X
Hi I just bought a book for reference called
"Learn C++ in 24 hours" by sam publishing.
It comes with an IDE called Borland C++ BuilderX. ( I was told borland did not make IDE's anymore)
Anyway I was wondering if it is worth using? I already have DevC++ 4.992 and Code Blocks IDE. Should I ditch it and use Dev instead? I have never used Borland products anyway so am rather new to them.
Thanks - pete
I would probably stick to Dev-C++ or Code::Blocks since BC++ BuilderX has been abandoned by Borland.
Oh... and Borland still makes IDEs. Check Borland Builder Studio 2006.