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I've looked in several different places for this and asked around but cannot seem to find it. This may be grossly off-topic and while linking directly to a file is illegal as far as this website is concerned, merely suggesting or pointing someone in the right direction is not. I am, thus, looking for the Intel produced C++ compiler for Linux. I have found it in many places for Windows, but I cannot find a version for Linux. If you could help me out I would greatly appreciate it and so would my Apache/MySQL server!

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I am not sure if I understand your request right, but here is a link to the non-commercial version of the Intel C++ compiler for Linux! You can use this version for free!!!!

http://www.intel.com...lers/219771.htm

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Oh! No wonder you didn't understand my comment! I looked at their site earlier and must have completely missed that free section. I only saw the download for $299 and didn't find much on Google either!

I sort of feel bad now for trying to find a way to circumvent the legitimate purchase of their compiler when it has been offered for free all this time. That is rather nice of Intel. Thanks for the link. This is all I needed.





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