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I am looking for an IDE which I can use to edit/compile/run C/C++ codes on my Ubuntu 13.04 installation. I have been checking the forum for information, and I found Anjuta being suggested by a few other users, but then I found this entry: Looking for IDE compiler to build and run a .c source file without creating a project and the user faced problems running the codes. Now, I haven't downloaded any software to try them out for the purpose yet, but I want to be sure before I download any. I am used to using Dev C++ on Windows which allows the user to create projects, compile, save and run codes. Is there anything similar for Ubuntu? Thanks in advance for any help on this.

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marked as duplicate by Web-E, Kevin Bowen, guntbert, Eric Carvalho, Eliah Kagan Aug 26 '13 at 9:47

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The question is primarily opinion based which should not be asked in this site as per FAQ. Having said that, Try CodeBlocks. – Web-E Aug 24 '13 at 7:46
You can check this question and its answers fir a big list of IDEs and editors for C or C++ – Stef K Aug 24 '13 at 8:49