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What is C-Free Standard?
C-Free Standard is a professional IDE (integrated development environment) for C/C++ published by Program Arts Software. It supports multiple compilers that lets the user edit, build, run, and debug programs. It also a lightweight C/C++ development tool that uses little resources. It supports MinGW and has basic and advanced features: the multiple compiler support on Cygwin, Borland C++ compiler, Microsoft C++ compiler, Open Watcom C/C++, Digital Mars C/C++, Intel C++ compiler, Lcc-Win32, and Ch Interpreter; C/C++ syntax highlighter that highlights functions, data types, constants, and others; integrated debugging; customizable project creating wizard; code finding utilities that lets the user jump to declarations and definitions; code completion and code parameters; program symbols listing; flexible and customizable utilities; has color print; project converter that can covert C projects into C-Free format; some code templates; text searching; rich text support for Message window; along with many others.
The software can be run on Windows systems; Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98.
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Last updated: : June 2, 2014