cisin at xenosoft.com
Sun Aug 9 14:16:30 CDT 2015
On Sun, 9 Aug 2015, Douglas Taylor wrote:
> I've watched this thread with interest because I am struggling with getting
> up to speed using Microsoft Visual C++ version 1.5, which I think was their
> first IDE.
1.0 was February 1993
Do you really mean "first Microsoft IDE"??
Howzbout QUICKC? (October 1987)
or first C++?
or first Windoze? (QuickC for Windows September 1991)
or first Windoze C++?
When I taught C, I forced ("mean teacher") my students to do at least one
program using a command line compiler (suggested: GCC or PersonalC
(DeSmet)), and to do at least one program using an IDE (suggested: TurboC,
quickC, VisualC++, or Microsoft C/C++). I was even so mean that I made
them create a source file AND an executable file, and even check the
DIRectory to confirm that the executable was newer than the source.
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