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    Programming languages

    Hi

    I'm a new user of ubuntu 13.04 and I would like to programm with some object oriented language similar to visual basic or C++. Are there laguagages which I can download in this environnement.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Programming languages

    C++ is fine. You may need to install the compiler, named gcc. Alternatively, you can install an IDE if you prefer, which will pull in any dependencies

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    Re: Programming languages

    thanks
    If i'd like to install an IDE, which one do you suggest to me?

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    Re: Programming languages

    Gambas is a Visual Basic equivalent for Linux with IDE.

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    Re: Programming languages

    Is Gamba IDE also indicated for developping in Java and C++?

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    Re: Programming languages

    Moved to Programming Talk.

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    Re: Programming languages

    Nar Gambas is only used for programming in Basic.

    For a Java IDE I'd recommend Netbeans and for C++ Eclipse, give them both a try and see which you prefer.

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    Re: Programming languages

    Eclipse will also do Java (it's actually a Java IDE by default, with plugins for other languages...)

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    Re: Programming languages

    Intellij is the best Java IDE (though netbeans is ok). Don't use eclipse unless some vile person from HR makes you .

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    Re: Programming languages

    you might also take a look to Code::Blocks

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