I am also using Dev-C++, but if you have money you can use Borland C++, because it has a lot of added functionality that is not present in Dev.
Also, recent release of Dev-C++ focused on using C++'s STL, so <iostream.h> or the likes will not work. But I think if you will create a really C++ in essence Dev-C++ is good!!!!!!!!
iostream is not in the STL last time I checked. It's actully part of well i don't know maybe the standard libary which if you have a good compiler like Dev, well actully minGW but we won't go there. It will yell at you when you don't follow the standards
 Oh and the STL stands for Standard Template Library so geez why would why want a compiler that would make you try to write portable code(very bad)[/edit]&[/sarcasm]
Last edited by prog-bman; 08-12-2004 at 03:40 AM.
Is it me or can you not read stuff that c+++Forever posts?