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Help! I am looking for a C compiler to plug in to Elipse. Any information volunteered would be helpful. C is a procedural language like Fortran ,right and Objective-C is object-orientated ? regards [ August 31, 2003: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]
I am looking for a C compiler to plug in to Elipse. Any information volunteered would be helpful.
There are no "C compilers to plug in to Eclipse" but there is CDT, which integrates Eclipse with your external C/C++ compiler. I.e., you still need to get a compiler even if you download CDT... Some alternatives to consider for a C/C++ compiler include (I assume you're running Windows, on Unix/Linux you already have GCC) MinGW and Cygwin which include the legendary GCC compiler. You could also try LCC-Win32 but I have no idea whether you can use it with CDT.
C is a procedural language, right? And Objective-C is object-orientated?
Yes, C is a procedural language, and yes, Objective-C is an object-oriented language. However, Objective-C (developed by Apple, I believe) is not as popular as C++ (developed by Bjarne Stroustrup at AT&T).
Thanks Lasse. Any idea what function atoi() is ? OK , it's a function to convert an ASCII string to an integer. I've got a warning message on compiling my code in LCC-WIN32 :- missing prototype for atoi() OK, included stdlib.h. regards [ August 31, 2003: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]