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Hello there,

From the list of several c++ native compilers, which is the number one and why?

I accept different points of view

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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 12-Mar-11 18:43pm
   
So, which one is your compiler of choice?
--SA
Piccadilly Yum Yum 13-Mar-11 5:22am
   
Dear SA,
I personally use Microsoft but i have also used Borland that is very good too...

Thanks, Thanks for following me in each post i do... your so cute ...
There are no definitive answer today.

All compilers do a good and decent job.

The difference between them are small difference in how they support language features.

see : http://wiki.apache.org/stdcxx/C++0xCompilerSupport[^]

On Windows : Visual Studio's compiler (or Intel's compiler)
On Linux (whatever flavour) : G++
On Mac : whatever is used in XCode (probably a version of G++, but objective-c is the main language on Mac).

M.
   
Where's the list?        
   
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pancho2413 12-Mar-11 13:08pm
   
I mean the list you can find just searching in google for example.
In other words: FROM THE DIFFERENT C++ NATIVE COMPILERS YOU KNOW, which is the best for you?

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