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Hi. I just installed Code Blocks. I want to just get started with programming. It seems that I have to configure Code Blocks therefore, setting up a compiler. How should this be done? Help Leon

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Has anyone found any compilers to work with windows 8 besides Microsoft studio? I have tried downloading Dev C++ and code::blocks but keep getting build errors? I have used both of those compilers on window 7 for multiple programming purposes

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Has anyone found any compilers to work with windows 8 besides Microsoft studio? I have tried downloading Dev C++ and code::blocks but keep getting build errors? I have used both of those compilers on window 7 for multiple programming purposes.

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I searched all over the net about separation compilation but I'm really unsure of the resources I've read because they talk about the separate processes in compiling a program such as syntax checking, code optimization and converting to machine code.... Something tells me that this is not separation compilation. I'd really appreciate it if someone can confirm what really is separation compilation..:)

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[B]Why are programming languages dissimilar even if they go after the similar compilation procedure?[/B] [I]>>>elaborate on the compiler design part NOT on the Structure/Concept of Programming language side<<<[/I]

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First I'd like to say how much I appreciate these forums. They have helped me before, but this is the first time I've posted a question myself. My problem is that I use a different IDE than my teacher does (probably not the best idea) so I want the program to compile and run properly in his IDE when he tests it. I use CodeBlocks (although I want to use NetBeans but it's too difficult to set up) and he uses Dev-C++. So I finished my project in CodeBlocks yesterday and it was working fine. I opened it up in …

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I'm trying to cross compile a source for Tilera and I got the following error while linking. All these errors are related to C++ STL(Standard Template Library). Is there any difference in linking process of a STL library. Errors are: gtpu_t. a: In function `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap(unsigned int volatile* , unsigned int)': 91 /u/TILERA/TileraMDE-2.1.1.107611/tilepro/tile/usr/include/cpp/stl/stl/_threads.h :588: undefined reference to `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap_lock' 92 /u/TILERA/TileraMDE-2.1.1.107611/tilepro/tile/usr/include/cpp/stl/stl/_threads.h :588: undefined reference to `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap_lock' 93 /u/TILERA/TileraMDE-2.1.1.107611/tilepro/tile/usr/include/cpp/stl/stl/_threads.h :591: undefined reference to `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap_lock' 94 /u/TILERA/TileraMDE-2.1.1.107611/tilepro/tile/usr/include/cpp/stl/stl/_threads.h :591: undefined reference to `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap_lock' 95 /u/TILERA/LTESTACK/TILERA/DEV/lte/lte_enb/enb_app/../enb_gtpu/gtpu_t/lib/gtpu_t. a: In function `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap_ptr(void* volatile*, v oid*)': 96 /u/TILERA/TileraMDE-2.1.1.107611/tilepro/tile/usr/include/cpp/stl/stl/_threads.h :614: undefined reference to `stlp_std::_Atomic_swap_struct<0>::_S_swap_lock' 97 /u/TILERA/LTESTACK/TILERA/DEV/lte/lte_enb/enb_app/../enb_gtpu/gtpu_t/lib/gtpu_t. a:/u/TILERA/TileraMDE-2.1.1.107611/tilepro/tile/usr/include/cpp/stl/stl/_threads .h:614: more undefined …

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I have been given an assignment to plan, code, and execute a program to calculate data about a person. I am not here asking about how to code the program, but rather to troubleshoot at what's wrong with my compiler/command prompt. Here's what's happening: I will code a program in C++ using Crimson Editor as my text editor. With Windows XP, I use Borland Free Compiler to compile through the Command Prompt. After it compiles I execute(run) the program, but instead of printing the desired output to the command prompt screen, it opens a file with the .cpp code as …

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i need a c++ compiler with a graphical user interface which can easily be used and that contain many option like for example microsoft visual ,simply i can write the code on a gedit and compile it by using : g++ "file name" -o test ./test but it is so boring and it takes so much time . so please i am new to linux and i need help in that problem

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