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I am trying to write some C in a C++ compiler. And for some reason it doesnt work... do i need to get a C compiler? The error says that it cannot execute for some reason.

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Original post by Masamune
I am trying to write some C in a C++ compiler. And for some reason it doesnt work... do i need to get a C compiler? The error says that it cannot execute for some reason.


I''m sorry, but that was not vague enough. Seriously though, can you please state the exact error you are receiving?



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Anything you write in C, a C++ compiler will work on. C is a subset of C++.

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I finally figured it out, a stupid mistake on my part... thanks for the concern and trying to help. I do have another question on compilers though. Where can I find a VB compiler?

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Anything you write in C, a C++ compiler will work on. C is a subset of C++.


No, it''s not. For example:

char cv[4] = "asdf";

is legal C, but illegal C++ (because there are more initializers than array elements).

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