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    where is a free compiler?

    Hello, do you know a free dont have to sing-up compiler is at?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Try searching google for Bloodshed Dev-C++
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    I think I found one.
    But how about a free dont have to sing-up or pay at all C compiler?

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    As I said, Bloodshed Dev-C++. <http://www.bloodshed.net/> if you need to know the address too.
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    Bloodshed Dev-C++

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    Ok I found one that isn't a trial.
    thanks for your help any way!

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    Well good for you, to bad you didn't listen in the first place it seems. The Bloodshed Dev-C++ IDE uses the mingw compiler and both are completely opensource thus FREE. .. Honestly, why ask a question when you don't take notice of the answers?
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    I'm sorry if it looked like I didn't listen.
    download.com said you had to pay for it, so I didn't know what to believe.

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    download.com is the devil. try www.google.com for a start or just find a general site on C and C++ most have lists of compilers to use. theres also, Borland FREE compiler (th builder costs laods) mars C++ compiler, DJCPP compiler. list goes on...
    photoshop too expensive? use the GIMP! www.gimp.org

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    download.com is the devil.
    Are you serious?

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    damn straight. my fav download sites

    www.tucows.com
    www.nonags.com
    www.softpedia.com (tested onc, looks ok)
    photoshop too expensive? use the GIMP! www.gimp.org

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    I like tucows, but I can't avoid mentioning SourceForge when it comes to this, and with all the side development taking place in Moz, MozDev is a good place to have a look as well.

    But ultimately, google is the primary resource. Not for finding the products themselves so much as finding the places that know where to find the products that are worth having a look at. (I would never have found SubEthaEdit for OS X web development if it were not for this, for instance.) And always remember, any given source tends to be biased in one direction or the other. Check a number of sources for views. They usually converge to a few really great products, that are each and every one worth closer inspection.
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    Of course google is my first stop when looking for free software, sourceforge is usually my second if the search results didn't turn up anything good, often you'll find the best tools from google results are actually on sourceforge.
    Omnis mico antequam dominus Spookster!

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    There's lots of them here:

    www.linuxiso.org


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