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Is there a gnus c++ software?

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Is it free? where do I find and download it ? I only exercise the STL C++ program with it on windows 2000.  Could you suggest a compiler software which can run on windows and not be vc++ to me?
I want to learn  and study STL C++ program. Thank you.
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there is a list of free compilers here

http://www.cplusplus.com/info/compilers/
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Dev C++ is a very good free C++ compiler alonwith a editor

http://www.bloodshed.net/

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you can have g++ on cygwin ( www.cygwin.com)

but I would agree with Amit , DevC++ is a good choice. Atleast if you want IDE etc.

/abhijit/
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