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free compilers

free compilers

free compilers

(OP)
does anyone know were you can get free C Compilers

RE: free compilers

Try the gcc compiler. They have free compilers for all os. including win95.
Most unix's use the gcc compiler.

RE: free compilers

Hi,

Bloodshed Dev-C++ IDE is great and FREE!
http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html

Emil
----

RE: free compilers

Hi,
If you go to the Borland site, get the C++ ver 1.01.
It supports the mouse.

To install the compiler follow these directions.  I found them on a Borland newsgroup.

Subject:
             Re: Installation help for Turbo C++ verios 1.01 and 2.01
        Date:
             Wed, 18 Oct 2000 16:07:20 +0200
       From:
             Robert Riebisch <riebisch@bercom-berlin.de>
 Organization:
             BerCom Computervertrieb GmbH
 Newsgroups:
             borland.public.cpp.turbocpp
  References:
             1




Hello!

What OS do you use?

For all OS's you have to copy all files to one directory. Then use the
"subst" command.

For DOS:

subst a: c:\tmp\tc201
install ...
subst a: /d

For W2k it is similar but you have to choose a driveletter which is not
in use. In DOS it must be valid/in use.

Robert Riebisch
--
BTTR Software
http://www.bttr-software.de/


Good Luck,
Dick  

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