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    Question Best Compiler

    i use Dev C++ and have been coding for all of 30 minutes, have just succesfully written that hello world thing (yes i am proud of myself ) and i was wondering what other people opinions are on compilers.

    as a beginner i want to start with the most easy to use, user friendly one i can find, Dev C++ seems ok, but then i wouldnt know an ok compiler if it kicked me in the b@lls

    thnx,
    foozle

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    Re: Best Compiler

    Visual C++ (2008) has always been the best for me.
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    Re: Best Compiler

    thnx for your input...but is that the most user frendly one out there? im looking for like a compiler for dummies, if you know what i mean, i havent had any problems with Dev, but was wondering if any1 knew of an easier one to use

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    Re: Best Compiler

    Well, as long as you don't consider hitting a Play button hard, then yes it's the most user friendly one out there
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    Re: Best Compiler

    ok *hits non-existent thanks button*

    thnx muppet

    foozle

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    Re: Best Compiler

    yup, visual studio 2008 is great!
    "The pain you feel today, will be the strength you feel tomorrow"

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    Re: Best Compiler

    Depends if you're confusing compiler and IDE, and what platform you're on.

    Windows: MSVC++ 8 with their compiler
    Linux: (depending on distro)Code::Blocks and compile with gcc

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    Re: Best Compiler

    sorry forgot to add that info. im using vista 32bit.


    i have bin usin DEV lately, but am downloading visual studio now....so will give that a try also.

    thnx for your input!,
    foozle

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