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Discussion in 'C' started by blackprince_003, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. blackprince_003

    blackprince_003 New Member

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    there are some types of C compiler out there, like boreland C, turbo C etc.
    which one is better.. more compatible. user friendly. it doesn't matter that in GUI or in DOS based.
     
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    xpi0t0s Mentor

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    Define "better". And compatible with what? You mentioned Turbo C, which is a seriously ancient compiler; I think Noah used it on the Ark.

    For Windows programming you can't beat Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
     
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    seosurendra Banned

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    There are some like type in English and Hindi
     
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    ManzZup New Member

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    proabbly if it is windows based thing nothing to beat up MSVC :DD
    but you have some addition as well those include the dev C++ and the code:: builder

    if you wont mind about the platform then probably i would like to use the GCC or g++ compilers
    you got them with linux distros

    if you wanna run them in windows you;ll need somwthing like mingw
     
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    shrnmlss6 New Member

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    more compatible??? see still for c/c++ turbo c is the complier used , therer are many free IDE compliers are available

    My sugesstion is to go with Dev C++ where you can do with MVD 2010


    sharon
     
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    I would never use the MSVC, it sucks much ! Do not use it ! Better use Dev-C++
     
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    you can never say that therez a better coding environment than MSVC because of its immense support from the inteliisense
    it speeds up work
     

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