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Okay so i am a total newb to complicated coputer procedures... which is why i came here. I am looking to learn the basics of C++ and i am looking for a free compiler(?) that will work on OSX leopard. And could you please reply in very simpl english because im not up to date with that kind of lingo in the slightest....... In the future i am also considering learning other scripts(?) such as HTML and Java etc etc. Is there a program that can work with all of these?

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On the second disk that came with your mac is xcode, that includes a command line and graphical compiler, as well as a development environment.

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many people, like myself, didn't get a second disk with xcode, but you can download it from the apple website, you just have to sign up first. there is a free option.

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