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Old February 20th, 2012, 04:41 AM
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Default Two Compiler Side-by-Side?

Hello,
I am just starting the book and was wondering if Visual Studio 2010 can co-exist with GCC. I normally use VS but I wanted to install GCC to get experience using the new C++11 features that VS does not yet support.

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Sure, you can install GCC side-by-side Visual Studio without any problems.
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