Message from C, C++ talks

June 2019

— Use Visual studio

— Thats very clever

— How to run code in atom? use visual studio

— Rather than trying out with a text editor, it's better to use an ide.

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The problem with IDEs is that, unless you program that lenguage most of the time, you need plugins for every other language (which may or may not exist)

— I use Atom because is an easy-to-use text editor and allows to program in any other language

— As long as you have the specific compiler/interpreter available

— Ohh... Alright.

— Why do you say that?

— Anyone gaana premium account?

— Well because it depends on the nature of the program. If it's a large one that requires efficient debugging and unit testing, I'll prefer going with the IDE that supports the language.

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— Go on

— I'm of the opinion that IDEs add a lot of junk you really don't need. Surely there's many good stuff in them (Visual Studio has a lot of good debugging tools), but you lose control of the project files quite easily

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— In Linux / Ubuntu u can use vim or nano command

— In window codeblock option with minGW can be used to run c/c++ ,win32 application etc