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I'm on a mac( my first one) and got eclipse java version going. Instead of downloading visual studio for C++, I though having one IDE for all would be bettter. So I downloaded the plugin for C++ developement for eclipse through the eclipse interface. And after the download and all, I tried to make a simple hello world program, but everytime I try to run the program I get an error "Binary not found". It works fine for Java, its just bugging out for C++ projects. Any idea on how to fix this. I googled but I couldn't resolve my problem. Anyways, now I'm just thinking I should get visual studio 2010 from my school. Thanks.

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I've been using Eclipse for Java for a few months now, it seems alright. But when I got the C++ download for Eclipse, I had the same problem on my Mac. I had a hard time getting into XCode, so I just switched to NetBeans. If XCode doesn't work out for you, try that, it's really pretty nice and easy to figure out.

Happy Coding!

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