C++ Compiler - Really Need Help!

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  1. .vivid

    .vivid Senior Member

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    I have been searching for a good compiler for days and have yet to find out that works the way I need it to work.

    I have tried several free and paid compilers. I have yet to find out that will let me compile:

    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    
    using namespace std;
    
    int main()
    {
    
           cout >> "This is a test";
    
    return 0;
    }
    I really just want a compiler to try out my programs. I am doing console apps as of right now and just need a compiler to test them out with.
     
  2. Tyro

    Tyro Well-Known Member

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    I'm assuming you're using Linux, so I'll advise Dev-C++ to you. Nice and easy C++ compiler. If you don't like that one, or have problems with it as well, you might want to search "C++ Compilers" on Google. Have fun. :P
     
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    Linux: DevC++
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    Doesnt answer your question, but shouldnt that be <iostream.h>?

    Been awhile since my C++ class though, so I'm not sure...
     
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    I think it's <iostream.h> in some situations, but all the beginner tuts don't use .h in <iostream> for some reason. I was wondering about that myself.. o_0
     

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