Discovering C !

As we all know that C is mother of all Computer Languages. You can Create another C language using C language itself. The sea of C is too massive. I just want to swim out this sea of C. Its not that easy but I will keep trying.

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Friday, August 18, 2006

What C compiler should I use?

The Harbour developers consider GNU GCC to be the supported compiler of the Harbour project, use of the GCC port for your chosen platform is encouraged.

However, should you wish to use a different C compiler your contribution to make it work is more than welcome. Currently the following C compiler and platform combinations are supported by someone in the development team:

  • Microsoft Windows
    • GCC (CYGWIN)
    • GCC (MINGW32)
    • Borland C/C++ 4/5/Builder (their free compiler works)
    • Microsoft Visual C++ 10/11/12
    • IBM Visual Age for C++
  • DOS 32bit
  • DOS 16bit
    • Borland C/C++ 3.1
  • GNU/Linux
    • GCC (various versions).
  • OS/2
  • Macintosh