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Which C++ editor do you recommend and why?

With so many choices is hard to try them all.

12th Oct 2017, 4:23 PM
Red Hawks
Red Hawks - avatar
3 Answers
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visual studio C++ shell
13th Oct 2017, 10:41 AM
AL.The.Flame! - avatar
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As far as I know CLion (and for the record the JetBrains) products are not free. Visual Studio, VS Code.
12th Oct 2017, 4:34 PM
Norbivar - avatar
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As a beginner C++ leaner, Eclipse is my IDE of choice for Windows. I have tried Code Blocks and Visual Studio before. Both showed output in a separate window, which keeps getting in the way. Additionally, for Visual Studio, I had to enter the cin.get() command in each program just to keep the output window open. Eclipse doesn't have such issues. It shows the code and the output side by side.
27th Oct 2017, 12:37 AM
Khan Sher Zaman Khan
Khan Sher Zaman Khan - avatar