In this fast pacing world, where everything just goes from utter high to low, fast to slow, the fact that, computer and it’s languages have grown is not in any denial, I would say. Many times, we face that damn utter need to just fix up some stupid programming codes that we are pondering over, but aren’t able to still catch the damn culprit in it. To fix this up at the very last moment we owe a great deal of thanks to the one and only online compilers.
So here are some of my favorite life savers, and to be quite honest, I like them pretty much.
Founded in Sep, 2009, codechef.com/ide is one of the most used and helpful sites. Used for competitive programming and online compiling and executing, it provides support to up to 50 programming languages. Talk about big! But it’s a nonprofit educational initiative of Directi.
codepad.org is an online interpreter/compiler and a simple collaboration tool. It’s a Pastebin that executes code that is provided by the user. Basically just paste your code and get through with it. And to add to the bonus it also provides a link to the found solution to be further used.
Ideone.com is something that you can to be more than that just being a pastebin. It’s an online compiler and a debugging tool that allows you to compile and run code online in more than about 40 programming language. It uses Sphere EngineTM Technology, which allows the user to execute the program on a remote server in a secure way within a complete runtime environment.
Formally known as complieonline.com, tutorialspoint.com, is not only an online compiling website to be used but a whole like a solution to all the programming questions. It provides video tutorials, coding grounds and much more to test out the programming skill inside the user and supports over 50 programming languages.
Although this isn’t as famous as the rest 4 websites and don’t even provide a wide range of programming languages, but it certainly is the underdog for the online compilers. It supports just 6 programming languages like C, C++, JAVA, BASIC, PASCAL and FORTRAN and allows the user to save the source code and is compatible with both Windows and Linux operating systems.
These sure have helped me a lot and I hope they help you too in your programming crises!