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Thread: Microsoft Or Borland C++ Compiler..

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    can I curse? FUCK!
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    Does anyone have that? and another question.. which one would you think is better or easier to use?

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    Borland's command line compilers are a lot better. But if you like to be interactive with building and compiling your programs then I recommend getting Microsoft's visual studio edition. Its got the visual c++ and visual basic and some other stuff bundled in that one package. But overall I would recommend borland products.

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    If you search for Microsoft Visual Studio you'll get a lot of sources on Kazaa.

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    Ok, ive got this book and im learning how to do c++ now.. it says i need the microsoft or borland one.. how do i even get it to work? when i installed it, there are no icons to click to activate the program (if it is a program) help?

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    The Microsoft IDE has a major advantage that it does not have to include any runtime files, because they are pre-installed on a Windows OS.

    The only version (on it's own) is version 6.0, Standard:

    [dohtml]File: Microsoft Visual c 6.0 Standard Edition

    Length:74845898 Bytes,73092KB

    UUHash:=4SGK0WQW7OEb4ZWzRVapxn3BrdU=[/dohtml]

    Professional and the Enterprise Editions are not available on KaZaA Lite and neither is version 7.1, try another P2P program for those.

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    Ok, ive got this book and im learning how to do c++ now.. it says i need the microsoft or borland one.. how do i even get it to work? when i installed it, there are no icons to click to activate the program (if it is a program) help?
    which compiler is it

    I used Turbo C++ 3 at college. it is an OLD DOS program but is an IDE and is fairly easy to use.
    There are 10 types of people in the world those who understand binary and those who dont

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