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    Help a total newbie to create .exe

    Okay i have been designing websites and so on using javascripts, php, asp and so on.... so i'm not that total newbie with the computers...

    I was just wondering what languages do u use to create .exe files for a very simple application and also what compiler or program do u use for it!
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    There are lots of languages you can use and usually several compilers for each. Everything from VB to C++ to Java basically, those kind of langauges will do it.
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    which language do u think is the easiest and also is it possible to learn it through the web or r there any free codes where i can work with!! could u please let me know!!!
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    it depends really what you would find easier. I know a bit of c++ and assembler, but if you want to create simple but effective exe files, use clickteam's Multimedia Fusion - no coding!!
    www.clickteam.com
    there is a trial there, and it is a very effective alternative to heavy coding to create applications.

    -Jamie
    ps - there are loads of tutorials available on the internet to help you. One of my favourites is a c++ tutorial. I can't remember the url but if you go to google, and type in "c++ tutorial" it should be the first link.
    Last edited by JamieR; 10-17-2004 at 06:59 PM.

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    a lot of ppl will say the best compiler is GCC: http://gcc.gnu.org/
    I found this on that site, that is assuming you're interested in C/C++
    C - http://www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/top.html
    C++ - http://www.jamesd.demon.co.uk/csc/faq.html

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    Cool

    you've got me interested in compiling c++ now!!
    I haven't heard of that compilier, so I myself might have a go - However, for "newbies" (or those who don't want to work in a high coding environment), I still recommend using Clickteam's Multimedia Fusion
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