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ryukyus

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So, I decided to learn programming c++ , I have a code source editor , which is easy can be done with notepad, but I'm looking for a real great compiler that also comes with a linker, and beginner friendly, I downloaded Turbo borland c++ which seems to be a piece of crap, so can any of our resident programmers help me find a real good one please.
 

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anything that uses a GCC compiler is best.

Dev-C++ is best for windows
for linux I use K-develop

stay away from the microsoft "visual" stuff, it will only cause you problems, it seems to have an odd implementation of some functions.
 

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still using VS C++ 6.0
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only works on XP and lower though
 

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