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    Post What compiler do you use for C++?

    The title says it all

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    Visual C++ ;-)

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    Turbo C++ 3.0
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    Dev-C++ v4
    http://www.bloodshed.net
    [although version 5 is out, I prefer v4, because it compiles soooo much faster ]
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    I have Visual Studio, but I tend to use Metrowerks Codewarrior when in Windows (and MacOS), and gcc while in Linux.

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    Question which is the best?

    Which one you guys think is the best?
    I'm using Dev-C++ v4 right now
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    compiler

    bcc32, Watcom10, gcc
    WBR, Weirdan.

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    MingW32 on win for files that others might want to use, gcc on cygwin for personal tools, gcc in linux. I used to use bcb5.5 before, though, but that compiler have problems with programs that aren't grabage collecting correctly.
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    Another one for Visual C++ 6. Not used any other compliers, so dont know how it compares.

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