Thread: c compilers

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    c compilers

    i'm not sure if this is in the proper forum however i will post it anyway.... i'm looking for a command line compiler such as gcc to use on my windows machine, i currently use dev-c++ and/or microsoft visual c++ however i prefer using gcc that comes with linux pc's , can anyone help?

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    dev-c++ uses the windows version of gcc as its compiler.

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    If you're looking for a command line compiler in general then try borland , they've gone command-line-style in their latest version(s) if i remember well. But for using gcc on your windows machine i'm not so sure. I think Cygwin can do that.
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    no bithub was right
    if you set the right environment path then you can run gcc from the command line in windows
    PATH = "D:\Dev-Cpp\bin"

    Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
    (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
    D:\Documents and Settings\Ty>gcc
    gcc: no input files
    D:\Documents and Settings\Ty>

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