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whats the reguler price for C++ and what are the other verietys of this program (if any)
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there is GNU's C++ compiler, Dev-C++<<these two are free and of course Microsoft's one too
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ok so whats the difference in each program? (im new)
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sorry i forgot most of the difference but i think they end differently i think like .cpp and etc
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ok that be kool man ty ill see what other people tell mebut thanks for the info
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First off..

C++ isn't a program :tazz: ... Its a programming language... then of course there are a variety of compilers (programs that let you write in c++ with less difficulty and making your c++ source code into an actual executable).

The most famous compilers are:

DeV-C++
Turbo C++ (Borland i think :) )
The Microsoft C++ compiler...


Look on Gooooooogle for the: "c++ compiler"

Im sure that on each site that google picks up you'll find a much more detailed explanation :)

Hope that helped,
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