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What is Dev-C++ and how to use it
Dev-C++ is a free, open source, and portable Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the C and C++ programming languages. It was originally developed by Colin Laplace and later maintained by Orwell and Embarcadero. Dev-C++ allows you to create Windows applications, console programs, static libraries, and dynamic-link libraries (DLLs) using the Mingw port of GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) as its compiler and GDB (GNU Debugger) as its debugger.
In this article, we will show you how to install and use Dev-C++ on your Windows 10/8/7 computer. We will also demonstrate how to create a simple \"Hello World\" program using Dev-C++.
How to install Dev-C++
To install Dev-C++, you need to download the latest version from its official website or from SourceForge[^1^] [^3^]. The file size is about 9 MB and it includes the IDE, the compiler, and the debugger. You can also download the IDE only if you already have a compatible compiler installed on your system.
After downloading the file, run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You can choose the installation directory, the language, and the components you want to install. You can also customize the editor settings, such as fonts, colors, tabs, indentation, etc.
Once the installation is complete, you can launch Dev-C++ from the Start menu or from the desktop shortcut.
How to use Dev-C++
To use Dev-C++, you need to create a new project or open an existing one. A project is a collection of source files, header files, resource files, and other files that are related to your program. You can create different types of projects using Dev-C++, such as Windows applications, console applications, static libraries, DLLs, etc.
To create a new project, go to File -> New -> Project or press Ctrl+N. A dialog box will appear where you can choose the project type, the name, and the location of your project. You can also select a template that contains some predefined settings and code for your project.
After creating a new project, you will see a window with two panels: one for editing your source code and one for managing your project files. You can add new files to your project by going to Project -> Add to Project or pressing Ctrl+Alt+A. You can also remove or rename files by right-clicking on them in the project panel.
To write your code, you can use the editor panel that supports syntax highlighting, code completion, code insight, editable shortcuts, etc. You can also use external tools such as AStyle code formatter or GPROF profiler that are integrated with Dev-C++. To access these tools, go to Tools -> External Tools or press Ctrl+T.
To compile your code, go to Execute -> Compile or press F9. This will check your code for errors and warnings and generate an executable file if there are no problems. To run your program, go to Execute -> Run or press F10. This will launch your program in a separate window or in a console depending on your project type.
To debug your code, go to Debug -> Start Debugging or press F8. This will start GDB and allow you to set breakpoints, watch variables, step through your code, etc. To stop debugging, go to Debug -> Stop Debugging or press Shift+F8.
How to create a \"Hello World\" program using Dev-C++
To create a simple \"Hello World\" program using Dev-C++, follow these steps:
Create a new console application project by going to File -> New -> Project or pressing Ctrl+N.
Name your project \"Hello World\" and choose a location for it.
Select \"C Project\" as the template and click OK.
A new file named \"main.c\" will be created and added to your project. This file contains some default code that prints \"Hello World\" to the standard output.
Compile your code by going to Execute -> Compile or pressing F9.
Run your program by going to Execute -> aa16f39245