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If you're on Windows I'd recommend the free VC7 command line compiler or Mingw32 with Code::Blocks. I'm never on Windows anymore, and I don't use an IDE, but from what I know Code::Blocks will work with a few different compilers, and it's development seems more active than your other option of Dev-C++.

If you're willing to pay you can also get MS Visual C++, but I'd think at least for now a free alternative would be your best bet.

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In addition to cozman's suggestion, I've heard people say they like
MinGW Developer Studio.

I personally like Dev-C++ with MinGW. Obviously the above suggestions (with the exception of Microsoft products) are ment to work with MinGW and Cygwin.

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