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My school has recently switched to Macs in our lab from Windows PCs. What is the best IDE that I can use on the Mac and how would I configure it. It would be best if I can use a freeware IDE like Dev C++ but at least, I need something fairly inexpensive. Thank you for your help.
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Thanks for the advice. I have snow leopard installed on my machine. I was wondering if I might get one more bit of advice? How do I make xcode version 3.2 create a c++ file? I have looked this up on apple's site but they demonstrate how to do it on an older version of xcode. Thank you for the help.
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In Xcode, File->New Project, Application->Command Line Tool. Ensure to choose "C++ stdc++" in the Type drop-down.

This will build a very simple C++ project and some sample code that should build and run.

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