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Compile Your C Programs Quickly Using Online C Compiler

This is a handy online C compiler to compile your C codes online quickly and creating executable files.

Type your program here:

DJGPP online C compiler (1k source length max)


Warnings   Optimize    

This compiler will quickly generate executable file from your source code & if your code contains any errors it will take you to to the program errors page.

This program resides at http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/compile/

UPDATE: If the above C compiler does not work try the new online compiler Codepad. This compiler/interpreter works very well for C, C++, D, Haskell, Lua, OCaml, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby , Scheme and TCL programming languages.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007 written by

18 Responses to "Compile Your C Programs Quickly Using Online C Compiler"

shitu

August 28, 2008 at 12:46 PM

Hi , i am making website for my colleg.I want the code for this online compiler.

Can you help me out??I will be really greatful to you..

Senthur Ganesh

September 12, 2008 at 5:30 PM

Hi , i am making Intranet C Compiler Application for my Training Centre.I want the code for this online compiler.Is It Possible For Intranet Application .Explain Step By Step Procedure.

pranny

November 27, 2008 at 3:34 PM

You can try OnlineCompiler.org for all of your purposes.

Anonymous

March 8, 2009 at 9:56 AM

There is a site you can compile some C and C++ programs online directly on two compilers [GCC and Sun CC] at the same time. The site is: www.tajulbashar.com

Anonymous

July 2, 2009 at 12:51 PM

question à tout ceux qui ont utilisé ce compilateur :
vous n'avez pas été infectés par un virus ?

varu

December 3, 2009 at 10:10 PM

HI..compiler program is very gud..increase thesize of text area so that it will be much easy for access

Anonymous

December 29, 2009 at 10:06 AM

any one need's the online C compiler? This is the best Site... http://techcruser.blogspot.com/2007/11/online-c-c-compiler.html

Anonymous

December 29, 2009 at 2:43 PM

Oui

Neo

February 10, 2010 at 6:19 PM

borrowing the code from internet and make them use for own purpose..thats not project or real work of study my friends....

Anonymous

March 7, 2010 at 9:48 PM

put following coding into your web site. Then you can use online complier to your web site. But only problem is when input coding in thetext area has any error then it will redirected to the original http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/compile/compile.cgi/program.exe web site. There is a problem to redirect the error code to your site.
(replace x to < and xx to > symbols)

xform action="http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/compile/compile.cgi/program.exe" method="post"xx
xtextarea style="width: 430px; height: 143px" name="src"xx
x/textareaxx
xpxx
xemxx DJGPP online C compiler (1k source length max)x/emxx x/pxx xbr /xx xpxx
xinput type="checkbox" checked="checked" name="warnings" textspace="pre" /xx
Warnings xttxx
 x/ttxx xinput type="checkbox" checked="checked" name="optimize" /xx Optimize xttxx x/ttxx
xinput type="submit" /xx xttxx x/ttxx xinput type="reset" /xx x/pxx x/formxx

Anonymous

March 27, 2010 at 2:05 PM

Its really very nice implimentation .
Please show the output of compiled program too, then it will be more useful for someone who want to write and practice small C programes ..

Anonymous

April 24, 2010 at 12:39 PM

#include
#include
#include

int main()
{
int gm,gd;
double d,h,l,x,y,stx,sty,dx,dy,d0,sin0,cos0,angle=0,theta,x_offset,y_offset;
int i,j,k,ball[4][3]={{1}},ball1[4][3]={{1}}
//float pi=3.142;
//detectgraph(&gd,&gm);
//initgraph(&gd,&gm," ");
/*Read starting x,starting y,height,length,diameter
---------------------------------------------------*/
printf("Enter starting x co-ordinate : ");
scanf("%lf",&x);
printf("Enter starting y co-ordinate : ");
scanf("%lf",&y);
printf("Enter height : ");
scanf("%lf",&h);
printf("Enter length : ");
scanf("%lf",&l);
printf("Enter diameter : ");
scanf("%lf",&d);
theta=atan(h/l);
y_offset=d/(2*cos(theta))-d/2*tan(theta);
x_offset=d/2;
circle(x+x_offset,y-y_offset,d/2);
line(x,y,x,y+h);
line(x,y+h,x+1,y+h);
line(x,y,x+1,y+h);
stx=x;
sty=y;
ball[0][0]=0;
ball[0][1]=0-d/2;
ball[1][0]=0;
ball[1][1]=0+d/2;
ball[2][0]=0-d/2;
ball[2][1]=0;
ball[3][0]=0+d/2;
ball[3][1]=0;
ball1[0][0]=0;
ball1[0][1]=0-d/2;
ball1[1][0]=0;
ball1[1][1]=0+d/2;
ball1[2][0]=0-d/2;
ball1[2][1]=0;
ball1[3][0]=0+d/2;
ball1[3][1]=0;
line(ball[0][0]+x+x_offset,ball[0][1]+y-y_offset,ball[1][0]+x+x_offset,ball[1][1]+y-y_offset);
line(ball[2][0]+x+x_offset,ball[2][1]+y-y_offset,ball[3][0]+x+x_offset,ball[3][1]+y-y_offset);
dy=h/l;
dx=l;
d0=((sqrt(h*h+l*l))/(3.142*d))*360/l;
i=0;
do
{
setcolor(0);
circle(x+x_offset,y-y_offset,d/2);
line(ball1[0][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[0][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[1][0]+x+d/2,ball1[1][1]+y-y_offset);
line(ball1[2][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[2][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[3][0]+x+d/2,ball1[3][1]+y-y_offset);
sin0=sin(angle*3.142/180);
cos0=cos(angle*3.142/180);
for(j=0;j<4;j++);
{
ball1[j][0]=ball[j][0]*cos0+ball[j][1]*(-sin0);
ball1[j][1]=ball[j][0]*sin0+ball[j][1]*(cos0);
}
setcolor(15);
angle=angle+d0;
x=x+dx;
y=y+dy;
line(stx,sty,stx+l,sty+h);
line(ball1[0][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[0][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[1][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[1][1]+y-y_offset);
line(ball1[2][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[2][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[3][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[3][1]+y-y_offset);
circle(x+x_offset,y-y_offset,d/2);
i=i+1;
delay(1000);
}while(i<1-d/2||y<h+sty-y_offset-d/2);
return 0;
}

come on BECKHAM...run this code !!!

April 24, 2010 at 12:39 PM

#include
#include
#include

int main()
{
int gm,gd;
double d,h,l,x,y,stx,sty,dx,dy,d0,sin0,cos0,angle=0,theta,x_offset,y_offset;
int i,j,k,ball[4][3]={{1}},ball1[4][3]={{1}}
//float pi=3.142;
//detectgraph(&gd,&gm);
//initgraph(&gd,&gm," ");
/*Read starting x,starting y,height,length,diameter
---------------------------------------------------*/
printf("Enter starting x co-ordinate : ");
scanf("%lf",&x);
printf("Enter starting y co-ordinate : ");
scanf("%lf",&y);
printf("Enter height : ");
scanf("%lf",&h);
printf("Enter length : ");
scanf("%lf",&l);
printf("Enter diameter : ");
scanf("%lf",&d);
theta=atan(h/l);
y_offset=d/(2*cos(theta))-d/2*tan(theta);
x_offset=d/2;
circle(x+x_offset,y-y_offset,d/2);
line(x,y,x,y+h);
line(x,y+h,x+1,y+h);
line(x,y,x+1,y+h);
stx=x;
sty=y;
ball[0][0]=0;
ball[0][1]=0-d/2;
ball[1][0]=0;
ball[1][1]=0+d/2;
ball[2][0]=0-d/2;
ball[2][1]=0;
ball[3][0]=0+d/2;
ball[3][1]=0;
ball1[0][0]=0;
ball1[0][1]=0-d/2;
ball1[1][0]=0;
ball1[1][1]=0+d/2;
ball1[2][0]=0-d/2;
ball1[2][1]=0;
ball1[3][0]=0+d/2;
ball1[3][1]=0;
line(ball[0][0]+x+x_offset,ball[0][1]+y-y_offset,ball[1][0]+x+x_offset,ball[1][1]+y-y_offset);
line(ball[2][0]+x+x_offset,ball[2][1]+y-y_offset,ball[3][0]+x+x_offset,ball[3][1]+y-y_offset);
dy=h/l;
dx=l;
d0=((sqrt(h*h+l*l))/(3.142*d))*360/l;
i=0;
do
{
setcolor(0);
circle(x+x_offset,y-y_offset,d/2);
line(ball1[0][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[0][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[1][0]+x+d/2,ball1[1][1]+y-y_offset);
line(ball1[2][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[2][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[3][0]+x+d/2,ball1[3][1]+y-y_offset);
sin0=sin(angle*3.142/180);
cos0=cos(angle*3.142/180);
for(j=0;j<4;j++);
{
ball1[j][0]=ball[j][0]*cos0+ball[j][1]*(-sin0);
ball1[j][1]=ball[j][0]*sin0+ball[j][1]*(cos0);
}
setcolor(15);
angle=angle+d0;
x=x+dx;
y=y+dy;
line(stx,sty,stx+l,sty+h);
line(ball1[0][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[0][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[1][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[1][1]+y-y_offset);
line(ball1[2][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[2][1]+y-y_offset,ball1[3][0]+x+x_offset,ball1[3][1]+y-y_offset);
circle(x+x_offset,y-y_offset,d/2);
i=i+1;
delay(1000);
}while(i<1-d/2||y<h+sty-y_offset-d/2);
return 0;
}

Anonymous

April 28, 2010 at 8:21 AM

@Neo

You are so wrong dude. It's all about copying from others and adding something of your own.

Anonymous

May 28, 2010 at 4:04 AM

did anyone try similar online compiler with Input feature
http://www.botskool.com/online-compiler
..smart work buddy

Puneet

November 11, 2010 at 3:43 PM

Hi , i am making website for my colleg.I want the code for this online compiler.

Graeme

December 2, 2010 at 12:53 AM

I would suggest catching the TAB key so that indentation is easier :) I kept tabbing all over the place...

shiv

January 11, 2011 at 11:31 PM

hi,
could you please provide the code behind working of this compiler. i do also want to implement to my school site.