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C/C++/Visual Basic on LINUX

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Dear all,
     Can any C/C++/Visual Basic compilers run on LINUX?
Thx
Jacky
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No VB as far as I know (but people are working on it)

As for C/C++, almost all distros come with gcc which can handle both.
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your comment suits me fine... Thanks
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