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read this a link to a free compiler is in there. and other stuff you should know.

[Edit] Fixed linky:

Actually I was just missing the '//' ! Thanks DerAnged [/Edit]

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[edited by - ifoobar on January 17, 2004 7:21:48 PM]

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quote:
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read this a link to a free compiler is in there. and other stuff you should know.


| C++ Debug Kit :: GameDev Kit :: DirectX Tutorials :: 2D DX Engine | TripleBuffer Software |
| Plug-in Manager :: System Information Class :: D3D9 Hardware Enum | DevMaster :: FlipCode |





missing http:// read this instead


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quote:
Original post by Nuclear Fox
I want to learn game programming in C or C++. Can anyone tell me where I can find a good free C compiler? Thanks in Advance


Well, MinGW is a good free compiler for C/C++, but you''ll be best to use it with an IDE. MinGW Studio is the path of least resistance for a free compiler/IDE package, and C++ in 21 Days is a good free e-book.

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