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C / C++ Compiler For Windows 7 x64?

Discussion in 'Programming' started by prasanna7287, Jul 16, 2009.

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  1. prasanna7287

    prasanna7287 New Member

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    Hi, I had windows xp 32-bit earlier and my Turbo C++ worked fine.
    I installed Windows 7 RC x64 and now i am not able to install it. (Seems the installer is a 16-bit one). Anyone know a good C/C++ compiler that works on Windows 7 x64 systems?

    I didnt know where to post this, whether in Software Troubleshooting or in Programming.


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    Liverpool_fan, i have finished my college (B.Tech Computer Science) :)
    I use C Programs daily.. since i upgraded to x64, the old TC didnt run.. thats why i asked. Thanks for the reply.


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    ^ ^ ^
    Well TC sucks actually. It's a prehistoric antiquated compiler and encourages programmers to use garbage code in form of void main(), getch(), etc.

    BTW Download the 64bit version of MinGW.
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64/
     
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    You will be satisfied with Borland c++ builder.
     
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    you can use Borland C++ v.5.02. It will run on windows 7.
     
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    guys i tried Bloodshed Dev-C++.. it works perfectly fine on Win 7 x64 :)
    Thanks for all the replies.. I will try the others as well..

    Prasanna.
     
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    Just get MinGW compiler. Its the GCC compiler for Windows.
    Get Eclipse IDE. Or Microsoft Visual C++ Standard thing.
     
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    thanks...needed this... :D
     
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