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    Well, I'm a bit new to programming, only worked with Internet-based languages like Perl and JavaScript.
    Yesterday I bought a book about C++ (S.Prata), and I'm very eager to learn, but I need som advice.
    (Q) I'm working on a Windows 95 system (dont ask me why!), and I need a good compiler for my c++ programs, could you recommend me one.

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    well i learned using Visual Studio...but i dunno if you want to spend the money on getting the CD...it has a good IDE, but in all honesty, I would suggest returning the book and buying a java book. in my opinion java is similar to C++ but better. some books have a CD in the back that will have a compiler on it...try to find one of those.
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    Don't like Java.....

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    try to get a unix/linux account somewhere and use g++ (gnu c++ compiler). It is the best way to learn.

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