From: Mohamed Iqbal (iad929_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-17 10:57:22
> Unfortunately, it might not be that simple. Most of the Windows compilers
> are commercial products and as such they come with licences which often
> put all kinds of limitations on non-personal use, time-sharing, and
> product export.
For Windows you have at least two free compilers:
1. MinGW that contains gcc.
2. Free Command Line Tool from Borland.
I know many other C++ free compilers but they are not supporting all the
features in the standard C++.
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