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    C complier

    what is a free good c compiler to use?

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    or maybe to buy one at reasonable price
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    anyone got the actual page link for the download for the MinGW-w64?

    I can't seem to find it

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterSerpentM View Post
    anyone got the actual page link for the download for the MinGW-w64?

    I can't seem to find it
    A simple Google search would have provided the link to the pages:

    SourceForge
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    I find it easier to just download codeblocks-20.03mingw-setup.exe from Binary releases - Code::Blocks
    You get the MinGW compiler and an IDE all from a single install, and it just works without any further messing about.

    You can still drive the MinGW compiler from the command line if you don't like the IDE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    I find it easier to just download codeblocks-20.03mingw-setup.exe from Binary releases - Code::Blocks
    You get the MinGW compiler and an IDE all from a single install, and it just works without any further messing about.

    You can still drive the MinGW compiler from the command line if you don't like the IDE.

    Unless, it has changed the one shipped with Code::Blocks has known issues in the GDB (Debugger for GCC)

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