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    Thumbs up documentation of devcpp++

    I need it,.
    if someone can help me ,.thanks.

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    The Dev-C++ Resource Site

    (which took me about 18 seconds on Google)

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    Unless you are using Dev-C++ in Win-XP, you are beating a dead horse.
    Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2 is nearly six (6) years old and without updates or bug fixes during that time.
    In 2005, the developer abandoned further work on the Bloodshed project.
    In 2005, Dev-C++ worked (with caveats (known bugs and issues)) on XP and prior.
    Dev-C++ has known installation and linker problems with Vista and may not work on Win-7 at all, (to my knowledge).
    Considerable discussion has taken place at the Dev-C++ forum regarding the problems.
    Today, very few people use Dev-C++ for these reasons.

    A better choice for a C++ IDE/Compiler would be Code::Blocks with MinGW or VC++.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve A. View Post
    A better choice for a C++ IDE/Compiler would be Code::Blocks with MinGW or VC++.
    Well, I use VC++.
    If you're going to work only with C++ I recommend VC++, once it's most focused on object orientation and is also very helpful on Windows programming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekosix View Post
    ... and is also very helpful on Windows programming.
    That's 100% true. With its MFC, resource editor and a number of forms, it's indeed very easy to work with.
    Call be crazy, but although by college gives VC++ ( Visual Studio ) totally free, I still prefer Code::Blocks and RichEdit. ( I guess I like free software! )
    Devoted my life to programming...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sipher View Post
    ( I guess I like free software! )
    Yeah yeah, I guess all of us like them :P
    Maybe you would like to try Express editions (free) from Microsoft: Microsoft Express Home - Visual Studio Express and SQL Server Express are free tools

    Very good alternatives
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