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Old 02-04-2012, 09:16 PM   #1
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Hate to double thread but they where completely unrelated. According to Wikipedia before Digital Mars' C++ Compiler all C++ compilers just translated the code into C then compiled it. Are there any up-to-Date ones like those still out there?
 
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Hate to double thread but they where completely unrelated. According to Wikipedia before Digital Mars' C++ Compiler all C++ compilers just translated the code into C then compiled it. Are there any up-to-Date ones like those still out there?
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