right now i am working with Turbo Borland C++ compiler...however now i want to have a try on GCC compiler too...
so where would i get it??
can anybody provide a reliable link to a GCC compiler??? :)

http://gcc.gnu.org/ is the official site for the gcc compiler. Latest version was released in March this year and is version 4.3.0. Note that it is actually a standard compiler that is usually included in a standard install of Linux or the Mac OS as well. So you probably only need to download it if you are running windows.

http://gcc.gnu.org/ is the official site for the gcc compiler. Latest version was released in March this year and is version 4.3.0. Note that it is actually a standard compiler that is usually included in a standard install of Linux or the Mac OS as well. So you probably only need to download it if you are running windows.

hey ya buddy...i am running windows XP...so i need to download it.. :(
:)
and i have also visited that site...but couldnt find the actual link from where to download.. :|

You'd probably find Code::Blocks to be the easiest trial. It comes with a Windows port of GCC. Downloading and installing GCC manually can be a chore if you're not used to such things.

Dev-C++/Dev-Cpp is quite popular and comes with the MingW GCC compiler and IDE. google it to find download site

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