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    As you've figured out, dev-c++ is old and unmaintained.

    Since you've already got visual studio, I can suggest these as further alternatives.
    http://www.smorgasbordet.com/pellesc/
    http://www.codeblocks.org/
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/orwelldevcpp/

    Both codeblocks and orwell use pretty recent versions of GCC.
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    I downloaded code blocks yesterday. I am having this error now.

    http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,18220.msg124595/topicseen.html#msg124595

    They are pretty slow at answering though. Any thoughts?. I'm going to download Code blocks on this computer too and see if i can on this windows 7 computer.
    "Quality of responses may vary. I reserve the right to change my mind for any reason what-so-ever without admitting I was wrong. I'd prefer to change your mind however, it's easier on my ego". - jwdonahue

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    In all cases, post the complete build log. It includes information about your build environment and project set-up that you are not telling us. For all the guessing so far about header files and such, it seems that this is not an issue with the code (at least not is compiled as C89), but rather with your installation and/or project setup.
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    This is the only thing in the build log

    Checking for existence: C:\Users\ericreese20\Desktop\lkjk\bin\Debug\lkjk.exe

    I go into that folder and there is no lkjk.exe file. I will hit build and run and it will ask if i want to build it since it hasnt bene built yet, i hit yes, and it keeps asking the same question until i hit no or cancel.

    What do you guys think I should do?
    "Quality of responses may vary. I reserve the right to change my mind for any reason what-so-ever without admitting I was wrong. I'd prefer to change your mind however, it's easier on my ego". - jwdonahue

    "so no-one has actually bothered to post an original quote ? what's wrong with making up your own?"
    - marnixR
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    You guys can keep updated here:

    http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php/topic,18220.new.html#new

    you don't have to register if you wanna reply, I still check this thread, so if you need to tell me something in related to this problem, I will still see it without you having to sign up at their site
    "Quality of responses may vary. I reserve the right to change my mind for any reason what-so-ever without admitting I was wrong. I'd prefer to change your mind however, it's easier on my ego". - jwdonahue

    "so no-one has actually bothered to post an original quote ? what's wrong with making up your own?"
    - marnixR
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