- Aug 22, 2015
which is the best compiler one can pick? If possible for free... and please let it be not codeblocks.
Code::Blocks is not a compiler; it's an IDE, which I'm assuming is what you meant. I'm also assuming you're on Windows.
You can use variables in an array with any compiler. If you mean you want to create a variable length array (using a variable to declare the size of an array), then yes, g++ allows you to do this.I've read that it's the only compiler that allows you to use variables in a matrix in C++, and a linux user told me that it's the best compiler...
yes, I meant the size of an array.You can use variables in an array with any compiler. If you mean you want to create a variable length array (using a variable to declare the size of an array), then yes, g++ allows you to do this.
I think you should try learning a a simpler language. C++ is a mess and it sounds like you are getting confused already.
Intro thread, fuckhead.Best free one is SharpDevelop (one I've used before)
It is a really good editor, and it is open-source!
This was before Visual Studio code or Visual Studio Community Edition. It is a viable alternative if you plan on creating programs for money (which breaches Visual Studio Community Edition's ToS)
Go here for awesome compilers.
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These free compilers are so awesome they even let you create your own language without needing to know any assembly or machine code. And they are free.