→Learning C++/C Programming
*How does the compilation, linking process work?[http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6264249/how-does-the-compilation-linking-process-work]
* Visual C++, Borland C++, and other compilers in one IDE
:: If you like to test compiling your codes with different compilers but don't border to install and run them individually, some IDEs are quite handy. E.g. Code::Blocks [http://www.codeblocks.org/] (Other IDEs many also have this function). You can
choice a specific compiler for each build in the IDE itself.
== Workshops Q & A ==