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Chris Arthur

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Re: Problems obtaining a free c compiler...
Posted: Aug 30, 2012 4:07 AM
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just use gcc??

Frank K a écrit :
> On Sunday, August 26, 2012 11:36:27 PM UTC-4, Richard Palmer wrote:
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>> .. Microsoft visual studio no longer contains a c compiler -- only a
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>> compiler for c++. Is there a c compiler available that is free, works in
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>> W7, and is straigntforward to download? I am having problems downloading
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>> any of the other compilers referenced in the documentation (probably due to
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>> my ignorance regarding the downloading process). Alternately, can the
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>> visualstudio c++ compiler be set to handle c code appropriately for
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>> compiling in Mathematica to C.
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>> Thanks in advance for anyone knowing something.
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>> --
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>> Richard Palmer
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>> Cell 508 982-7266
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> I've compiled c programs using Visual Studio 10, through Mathematica's CCompilerDriver package.
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