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So for all my programmers out there I am still very new to the field. I just finished my second class but I do know C and C++. So to program for the last year I have been using Xcode as my main IDE. I know I have heard people say that it is not as easy or useful as others. Recently my buddies gave me Visual Studio Pro and I have been using that, and its nice. But I just want to know does anyone have any suggestions or good IDE's they know?

asked Jan 08 '13 at 14:50

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I have not seen anything that comes close to Visual Studio Pro and Ultimate, hands down that is the best I have used...

But Eclipse also has a nice package, and for embedded work IAR or Keil uVision

If you are doing 8051 assembly on a silicon labs chips their IDE is pretty nice.

answered Jan 08 '13 at 16:20

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it is also worth noting that the price is hard to beat of visual studio given the functionality...

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There is also netbeans as well that I have heard that is good as well. Available for free for several platforms.

answered Jan 08 '13 at 21:59

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