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I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

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I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

RE: I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

Hi,
Get the c++ver1.01(I think that's the right ver) it has mouse support..

Once you down load it follow these directions.

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


They were posted on a Borland Message board by the name above.

Good Luck
Pappy

RE: I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

goto www.bloodshed.net ; they have a "copy-lefted" compiler.  works pretty well.

RE: I look for little C++ compiler ( download ), help me !

Go to download.com and download a compiler called Dev-C++. It is made by a company called Bloodshed. For free, it is an excellent compiler with a nice GUI and many templates to play around with.

It does not support all of ANSI standards, but most of them, and if you ever find yourself using the conio.h file, change the name to conio.c. =)

Hope this helps,
-Vic

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