Re: Code Blocks and NVDA

arqam mehmood

Hi there. Hope you're doing great.

I have used dev cpp, vs code, and visual studio for c++.
if you really want to use any IDE for c++, I'll recommend visual
studio if your pc can afford it.
otherwise, dev is fine, but it is not very much accessible though.
if you don't want to use any IDE, then you can try gcc with any text
editor. like notepad or notepad++.


On 6/1/22, Luke Davis <luke@...> wrote:
Also, you might want to continue this on nvda-devel
(, or better yet program-l


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