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C Compilers

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Don't know if this is the right area

but

I am looking at upgrading my skills to a new language. Any suggestions, I would like to use a lower level language. But preferably not Assembly!
(I don't think I would like to fully get into assembly right away). I would prefer a Structured Language rather than OOP. Or an OOP language with Structured Capabilities

Also something with excellent networking capabilities

Right Now I am looking at C

Any Ideas are appreciated

Cheers

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Sorry Wrong Heading

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Sorry Wrong Heading

But Yes

Anyone Know of a good C Compiler

Sorry

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Post by CyberPulse »

C would be a good choice. I personally started programming in QBasic.

As far as C compilers go, try:

TCC (Tiny C Compiler) http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/tcc/
or
Pacific C http://www.htsoft.com/products/PACIFICc.php
or
Primeval C http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/who/dmr/primevalC.html

A friend of mine suggests TCC, he says that it was fairly easy to work with.

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Hey CyberPulse

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Hey Man thanks once again

I am about to install Linux

So I will definitley look at Tiny C

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gcc it's free- http://gcc.gnu.org/

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