Best C compiler...

Discussion in 'Programmer's Corner' started by dogar sahab, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. dogar sahab

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    I want to ask about best C compiler...I use Turbo C compiler but I dont like at all its interface,,
    I need a very simple and good interface compiler on which one feels refreshing while checking the C code...
    The interface should be like MS WORD or OPen Office...

    If any1 knows about that software then please let me know that....?????
     
  2. veritas

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    You can interface many text editors with command line compilers. I prefer using Notepad++ with my compiler of choice.
     
  3. dogar sahab

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    any better than notepad....!!???
     
  4. beenthere

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    No editor has ever been as good as the one for QuickBasic 4.5 - a shame, but it was the absolute best. Someone should try to duplicate the functionality.

    As far as general editors go, you could look at Ultraeditor. It will do reserved word highlighting for all programming languages (you can even make up your own worldists), and can work with ACSII text and Unicode, as well as hex.
     
  5. bvj09

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  6. dogar sahab

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    that's seems somewhat better than the others...
     
  7. veritas

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    And it was a terrible idea when I said it? :p
     
  8. mad12

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    It takes a bit of setup but I used http://www.cygwin.com/ and the GNU C-compiler for my data structures course and I thought it was pretty decent. I'm not experienced much with them but it seemed pretty good to me.
     
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