Function Not Acepted

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    g++ isn't necessarily better than MS Visual Studio 2005, I just like it better, that's all.

    I've never used NetBeans before, so I can't suggest anything besides Google, which I'm sure you've already tried. http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=...G=Search&meta=

    Are you using Vista?
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    Yes, they do have a very good tutorial. Is just that for an unknown reason, the settings don't stay in place. Once the suite is open, the settings changed back to nothing. It could be something on the Windows environment.

    Well, I will try eclipse and see the difference.
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    You don't have to be ashamed to use Visual Studio. In fact, it's a very good compiler + IDE in one package. Just be sure to turn warnings up to max (under Compiler -> General).
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    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

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    I wish I could get my netbeans 6 to work well when compiling with g++, but even when the system variables are set to cygwin/bin, and selected on the options in netbeans, still does not work.
    You may find it easier to use the MinGW port of g++ with Netbeans instead of Cygwin. I relied on the article Introducing Netbeans C/C++ Pack when I configured Netbeans to work with my existing MinGW installation.

    Yes, they do have a very good tutorial. Is just that for an unknown reason, the settings don't stay in place. Once the suite is open, the settings changed back to nothing. It could be something on the Windows environment.
    I have not had this problem. In fact, my first change was to change the default .cc extension for C++ source files to .cpp, and this has not mysteriously changed back between projects.
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