Support for the readers of the C++ book

Through the links below, you can get a C++ compiler, electronic materials, and free editors. Chapter 2 of the book explains how to install and use the free C++ compiler. (The section related to free program editors is obsolete in the mentioned chapter.)

Remember that when you download .cfg files or .cpp files, it is best to use Firefox or the Chrome browser.

The Borland C++ compiler is not the only free compiler for the C++ language. One compiler you could use in Windows is called MinGW. You can use Google to find out how to get this compiler installed on your computer. To use MinGW efficiently in a Command Prompt Window, it is necessary to set the environment variable called Path so that the compiler is found when necessary.

There is also a free Express version of the Microsoft Visual Studio and that includes a C++ compiler.
 
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