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Why turbo C++ compiler is not supporting in laptop(compaq CQ40,lanova 450) ????...........Is there any other compiler that support for laptops??????????

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Last Post by zobadof
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turbo c++ is just too old, it won't even run on Windows 7 or Vista on PC. Get Code::Blocks, MinGW, or VC++ 2008 Express.

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I think Dev c++ is best for small scale developement.
Its FREE. and user-friendly....

I wont suggest Visual Studio because i hv seen people who are novice, face a lot a problems getting even a simple code compiled.

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I think Dev c++ is best for small scale developement.
Its FREE. and user-friendly....

Dev-C++ is a dead IDE with an old compiler, has not been upgraded for quite a few years now. Code::Blocks on the otherhand is current, still supported, and uses the most current release of MinGW (g++) compiler. And Code::Blocks is not as buggy as Dev-C++, and its debugger actually works.

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turbo c++ is just too old, it won't even run on Windows 7 or Vista on PC. Get Code::Blocks, MinGW, or VC++ 2008 Express.

Yes, I would agree. I mean I use CodeBlocks to code/compile. I would recommend downloading it! Hope I have helped you :D

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