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Default 08-02-2011, 09:21 PM

Originally Posted by legolizard View Post
It depends there are many different IDE's and compilers, out there and it is a matter of preference as well as what OS you are using. For example if you are running a Mac then you need to find a Mac specific IDE. Personally I use Dev-C++,it is free,simple, runs on Windows, and the compiler is mostly standard, but again it is a matter of preference.

Anyways good luck in learning C++,I think you will find it relatively easy to get to understand, but if you need any help you can always ask me.
Hey i use windows and i would like to use dev-c++ can you pass me a link? Thanks

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