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Originally Posted by vansmith View Post
It sure does do C++ along with C.

If you want all three installed, go for it. No one IDE is the master of all languages so use the best tool for the job.
I just deleted Eclipse and now I'm using Coda, Textmate, and Xcode. For Xcode you can program OSX and Windows languages because it can code C++ and C Objective. So do you suggest that I should have an IDE? If so, which would you recommend?
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