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Hello, I'm trying to learn C++ (yay for ambition! )
Anyway, I have downloaded the much-recommended Dev-C++, and found that it gives an error:
"g++: Cannot find "cpp". No such file or directory". Upon research, I discovered this is yet ANOTHER Vista compatibility issue. And no, Compatibility Mode for ANY previous Windows OS doesn't work.
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That WOULD have been a nice alternative, were it not for the fact my computer that I am trying to program on is not hooked up to the Internet. If it were, I probably would have started with Visual Basic.
The installer has to download crap from the net in the process xP.
I'm setting my system up for FreeSpire right now: hopefully I can get started.