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Old 08-27-2007, 06:34 PM   #1
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what do you think is the best free/cheap C compiler?
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i don't program in C (or anything like it really) too much (because its hard to learn LOL) but i use Dev-C++ from bloodshed http://bloodshed.net
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dev-c++ is good.

gcc is the classic one, but it pretty much works on command line only.

or there are a few editors out there that are free that will work with gcc to edit and compile code at the same time.
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You can also get Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition. It is free. The only issue is that it is a Microsoft compiler so may not adhere to standards in the way you would want it to.
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DevC++ is excellent. Avoid any new MS compilers because they have taken C++ and modified it into their own code managed C++. Also check out ultimate++ for guis
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Sharp Develop Is A Good One It Has HEAPS Of languages u can use in the one program
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