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Visual C++ (Bots)

Visual C++ // Bots

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trekkerx

Mar 7, 2001, 11:26pm
Dose anyone know where i can get liek a Trial Version of C++, or one
that dose everything but not compile??? I have a Compiler, and its
script only, so i need Visual C++ to make programs and compile it in
that. I Tryed to get the one from Micro Soft, but the exe, says "Invalid
Win32 Exacutable" So i was wondering where else i can get it

john viper

Mar 8, 2001, 9:50am
You can get Borland C++Builder 5 for a free 60-day trial... compile and
everything... its better than VC anyway (not to mention more visual)

Look around www.borland.com

-John Viper
jviper at jtsoft.net

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lanezeri

Mar 8, 2001, 8:47pm
Borland is good.. it sux tho.. MVC++ is better.. and u wont find one that
just lets you make things not compile them.. that was a dumb question

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foxmccloud

Mar 8, 2001, 11:33pm
"lanezeri" <lanezeri at free-1.com> a écrit dans le message news: 3aa80c15 at server1.Activeworlds.com...
> Borland is good.. it sux tho..

What's that supposed to mean??? lol

Fox Mc Cloud

tony56

Mar 8, 2001, 11:49pm
Loosely translated, I think it means this:
"While Borland is a good compiler, it sucks."

Dunno? :)

[View Quote] "lanezeri" <lanezeri at free-1.com> a écrit dans le message news:
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> Borland is good.. it sux tho..

What's that supposed to mean??? lol

Fox Mc Cloud

rolu

Mar 9, 2001, 12:52pm
[View Quote] maybe "borland (products) in general are/is good, but borland c++ builder
sucks"?

rolu

grimble

Mar 9, 2001, 3:22pm
or ... I'm a dick!!


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john viper

Mar 9, 2001, 4:07pm
and Microsoft Works, too. (If you don't get that, oh well.)

Anyway, In what way, in your opinion, is VC better than Borland?

*watches flame war brew*

-John Viper

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lanezeri

Mar 9, 2001, 10:14pm
Well.. Grimble.. we know ur a dick.. dont hafta tell us.. and I meant
Borland is a good company and their C++ is a good program.. but compaired to
Microsoft's it sucks..

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grimble

Mar 9, 2001, 10:29pm
LOL ...

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trekkerx

Mar 9, 2001, 11:51pm
I would get MicroSofts, but i dont know where and i dont want to spend 400
bucks for it

[View Quote] > and Microsoft Works, too. (If you don't get that, oh well.)
>
> Anyway, In what way, in your opinion, is VC better than Borland?
>
> *watches flame war brew*
>
> -John Viper
>
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agent1

Mar 10, 2001, 3:33am
Visual C++ 6.0 Standard doesn't cost $400 and works just fine for AW and most uses. You should be able to buy direct from Microsoft and some online stores carry it too.

-Agent1


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mrgrimm

Mar 10, 2001, 6:07am
If the price of these products is really an issue you could goto a place
like http://www.gradware.com/ ... You have to have a College ID for this
though. If you don't have one you can goto a local community college, sign
up for around $15, get the ID, then use it to buy full version software at
academic prices.

Visual C++ Standard goes for $50, Pro for $100, Enterprise for $190.

-Grimm

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rolu

Mar 10, 2001, 12:58pm
[View Quote] then *tell* so next time. We can't read minds (at least I can't).

rolu

john viper

Mar 11, 2001, 12:17pm
I wish you would explain to me how Microsoft's is better than Borland. I
used MSV for about 6 months, oh wow it was the coolest thing I had ever
used, and when I installed Borland, I could develop software so much quicker
and easier... Tell you the truth, if I had my way, I would write software
in the old DOS way with no IDE or anything. However, that would take years
to write a simple greeterbot with all the WinAPI stuff, and so I use and IDE
that is quick and efficient.

-John Viper

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