Xian Nox wrote:You can use the gcc compiler with them afaik, but I would strongly recommend you to use the latest version. The one in Dev-C++ is quite outdated.
m0skit0 wrote: I would not use Dev-C++, it's outdated. Eclipse IDE is a very good choice and you can do C, C++ and Java on the same IDE.
Thanks. I will get a new compiler and use Eclipse instead of Dev-C++. I was just avoiding Eclipse and a new compiler because I have very low Internet speed to download anything. But, I'll download it anyhow.
m0skit0 wrote:Depends on how confident you feel. If you feel you can do it, go ahead. Also C++ is a superset of C, so you would only have to learn OOP specifics. If you learn C/C++, Java is easy (Java is strongly based on C++)
What if I focus on structured programming using C++ as it is same as C and quit learning C?
Or should I continue learning C? Because I just love C.
EDIT: Okay, I'm not quitting anything. I'm going ahead for all three
. I only hope, I don't generate a bad programming practice. Also, you all will be there