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I need a free and easy compiler until i can afford visual C++ should i choose: A) A borland compiler (are they free?) B) Dev-C++ 5 (currently beta) C) Dev-C++ 4 person with the best answer wins a carton of beer thanks in advance If God made us, who Made God? If you cant make it, let it make you. "I play violent Computer games, I could snap at any moment!"

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quote:
Original post by SomeoneHasMyName
should i choose:
A) A borland compiler (are they free?)

It's a compiler, not an IDE. Just to let you know, and it's free.
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B) Dev-C++ 5 (currently beta)
C) Dev-C++ 4

I don't use Dev C++, but I heard v4 is buggy in some cases, and some people say v5 is better than 4. But it's free anyway, so who cares? You are not paying a dime upgrading from 4 to 5 (unless you want to).

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[edited by - alnite on January 30, 2003 11:37:03 AM]

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I''m using Dev C++ 5 right now I have used 4, both have worked great for me and 5''s debugger seems to work much better then any of microsofts ide''s that I''ve used. plus its FREE! and includes the source code.

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Thanks guys, Ived dl''ed Dev5, now theres only 1 probelem....whenever i comile and run the program, it just flases, is there any way to keep the program up?

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