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Which C++ Compiler

Posted on 1998-06-02
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I am going to be programming a small backup program for users over a network. I need to program for the Macintosh in C++. I was wondering if there was a nice breakdown of the different C++ programs made for the Mac. I am interested in the best and the most reliable (money is not a deciding factor). Also is there a website where I can find this type of breakdown?
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http://www.zdnet.com/products/content/pcmg/1603/pcmg0142.html is a pretty good comparison of the various c++ compilers out there.
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I know many people swear by CodeWarrior.
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The Web Page gave me info on c++ for PC's but not very much info on Mac programming at all.
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