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C++ compiler

Discussion in 'C++' started by oseitutuanthony, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. oseitutuanthony

    oseitutuanthony New Member

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    I have just installed Dev-C++ and my compiler is not working. I can't compile. I always get the message of not specifying the path. during the installation I was asked to get GUM. how can this be solved.
     
  2. jsh

    jsh New Member

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    Hello. if you could install the C + + compiler, the only problem is, I think the problem is that the directories and you should go in C + + environment and the installation directories to the C + + change.

    in menubar ==> options »directories.
     
  3. Shahid Latif

    Shahid Latif New Member

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    Visual Studio Express 2008 or 2010 is the best option if you want to create win32 native C++ applications.
    If you do not like IDE's, you can download Borland C++ Command Line Compiler.

    It is free and easy to use!
     

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