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Need C++ editor/compiler

Discussion in 'Archive: Development' started by aewarnick, Dec 26, 2002.

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  1. aewarnick

    aewarnick Thread Starter

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    Anyone know a good C++ editor/compiler that is free or shareware with a reasonable price? It will need have a layout sort of like VB6 and able to make win applications fairly easily.
     
  2. codenamebip

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    www.bloodshed.net

    They make a free C++ editor/compiler that is nice.
    If you want to purchase one, then Borland might be a good option.

    www.borland.com

    Borland has the Personal edition of their C++ builder for $69

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. xXTiKiXx

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    Or download the Crimson Editor.. very nice it can Edit, Create: C++, HTML, Visual Basic, Basic, etc.. (you name it) try downloading it from <a href="www.download.com">here</a>.
     
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    :D Oh, yeah ^^ And its free!! ;)
     
  5. aewarnick

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    Thanks guys. I have decided moving on to C# and I bought VS.
     
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