Help with c++

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  • Thread starter amitpraut
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hello everone there, sorry to bother you
just wanted to ask, if anyone could help me where to download free c++ programming software.
plz plz let me knw if anyone know it i will be very apriciated for that.
u can reaply me on this add: [email protected]
thank you for ur time
 

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Are you looking for an IDE or just a compiler?
 
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hello thanks for replying me, yeh i want the IDE one
urmm can u send me a downloadable link 4 me plz that be great
once agine thanks......
 
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If you're on Windows, http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html" [Broken] is pretty good.
 
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For C/C++ and Java I recommend Eclipse. It's written in Java and runs in virtually any OS which supports Java.
 
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I would recommend DevC++ for its ease of use but if you are gonna do serious programming , get visual C++ from microsoft
 
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I like CodeBlocks: http://codeblocks.org

The software is in active development and has a forum where you can get help: http://forums.codeblocks.org

Various users occasionally provide all-in-one snapshots that are easy to install and much more advanced than the last official release (which is over a year old). Here is a recent one for Windows: http://www.esnips.com/web/wxLearner-C++ [Broken]

The forum also has nightly builds for those who like to stay on the bleeding edge of development.
 
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