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Which tools to use for writing C++ programs for various OS

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ash

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c++ sample programs

Hi all,
I'm learning c++, i know writing code but i don't know which tools and compilers to use for multiple platforms. I have a lot of books and ebooks but they exlain only codes and applications for windows. How can i use same gui for windows and linux etc...?
 

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use Java instead of C++ for multi-platform
 

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a question too,
i wanna grow up my OOP skills, where to find sample but for real world programs?
 

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Are not these posts only aimed to colect points?
 

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to ChicoEsperto

NO, they are not! :evil:
 

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Try using borland Kylix. You can write cross platform code to run on Windows or linux.
You can download a free evaluation version.
 

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there are lots of compilers and can be found on internet.
 

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You can use Borland tools (how wrote btbass) - Kylix (C++ and Pascal compiler) on Linux and C++ Builder (C++) or Delphi (Pascal) on Windows. All tools are available for free - Open or Personal Edition (but last time not for download :().

You can use also gcc compiler on Unix - http://www.gnu.org/software/gcc/gcc.html - and Cygwin - UNIX environment for Windows - (http://www.cygwin.com/).

... or just use native copilers on any system: gcc on unix and free borland 5.5 compiler or DJGPP (http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/) on Windows.

You will wind a lot of free or commercial tools.

Mickey
 

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looking for c++ oop text book

Hi every one:

I am studying c++ oop, Could any one tell me. Which text book is better to understand oop.

Thank you!
 

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@joe_chio :
If you would like to read something useful-> go : www.programmersheaven.com
If you really want to build oop projects easily, Use borland products ;)
 

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