hello guys,

i have latest version of dev c++ compiler ..is there any best compiler that is specifically made for c language i need it badly and required ur comment plz give me if anybody knows .....

what's wrong with the Dev-C++ compiler? It compiles both C and C++ ok. If you want it to compile C only, then make the filename extension *.c instead of *.cpp

Myself, I like Microsoft compilers better because they have better debugging tools. You can still get VC++ 2005 Express for free.

Turbo C

It's the best, in my opinion, if ur restricting yourself to just C and if you have a old computer like me.
And it's small to download. Problems solved.

Well I think TurboC is the best compiler I ever used. during all my educational years in university I used to program in TC compiler. It alos provides good debugging.

Ther have been a joke related to Microsoft Technologies in our university. Sorry if any one hurt by that, but its just a joke
Most of the MS Software says

"There has been an error while executing the file. Now you find it your self and tell us. :P"

I am using Borland's C++ BuilderX Personal. Great tool, and also multiplatform. You can use the same IDE in WIndows, Linux, Solaris... Also good if you need cross-compiling. You can register your own preprocessors and compilers... In short-great IDE. Just don't expect any RAD development.

Turbo C is great for embedded c crap, and great for people who can only afford ancient computers that only support turbo c. However, its only downfall, is when people think they can write good c++ code with it. That's when it becomes stoopid to use.


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thankx fiend for ur comments i just wanna ur feedback so i can decided am going to use dev it ll suite for me

Turbo C is great for embedded c crap, and great for people who can only afford ancient computers

:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Its not even good for that because there are several free good modern compilers, such as Dev-C++ that will let you learn c++ as it should be learned. Turbo C is not even good for embeded programs because it only supports MS-DOS 6.X and earlier operating systems.

I use Dev-C++ which does well with compiling, but I don't like the indentation mechanism of it. It doesn't properly align everything like it should...

I use Dev-C++ which does well with compiling, but I don't like the indentation mechanism of it. It doesn't properly align everything like it should...

You won't be having those problems with vi and gcc. ;)

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