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    Just a point,

    I teach Java to undergrads and Borland provide their JBuilder Foundation free to students. It has
    almost all the features of the pro version (and we don't teach those anyway).

    I think there is a CBuilder perhaps... the JBuilder app is very good, slightly complex but our
    Undergrads (1st years) are getting to grips with it OK!

    Otherwise I would use the C++ compiler that comes with some versions of Linux..

    good luck

    Martin.

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