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Best C Compiler For Windows 7 64-Bit

Discussion in 'Computer Science | IT | Networking' started by Ashucomp, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. Ashucomp

    Ashucomp Apprentice

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    Too tired of trying the different compilers for c programs. I have windows 7 64 bit installed and want a compiler for c programs. I installed turbo c++ but it gave me headache:mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:. It's not executing programs rather getting hanged. So please give any link........:thumbdown::thumbdown::thumbdown:
  2. beingab

    beingab Rookie

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    Use dev c++ .. it's an Ide and works fine for c/c++
  3. avii

    avii Ace

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    switch to linux, use gcc. Profit.
  4. Ashucomp

    Ashucomp Apprentice

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    thanks friends!!
  5. HRG

    HRG Enthusiast

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    dev c++ it doesnt support some header files like conio.h ,graphics.h etc !! the best way for c programming is as @avii said switch to linux and enjoy with gcc !! incase you r lazy that much to partition for linux , use linux in a virtual machine.
  6. KenJackson

    KenJackson Addict

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    The Free Country is a site that maintains lots of links to compilers and other development software.

    But my advice is to install the Cygwin environment (download setup-x86_64.exe and run it). Then install GCC. You can also install cross-compiler versions that build for Windows without Cygwin.

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