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Started learning C++ #001

prajwalkpatil profile image Prajwal Patil ・1 min read

Before I start learning C++ it's important to choose an IDE(Integrated development Environment). Here are some of the IDEs I thought of-

  • Visual Studio
  • Code Blocks
  • Code Lite

Code Blocks is quite buggy and Visual Studio Community is quite heavy(requires downloading heavy files) with many features and options so, I decided not to use it right now.

I got to know that its always good to experiment with as many IDEs as possible, I got to know that Code Lite is simple, free and open source hence, I decided to go with it.

Visual Studio Code can also be used by installing an extension of C/C++.

PS : I am writing these posts because I want to commit to something and be accountable.

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