There are many times you programmers need to compile and and
run different language programs but the compiler for the same is probably not available with you at that point of time.
ideone.com is designed mostly for programmers (but, of course, common plain text can also be uploaded).
You can use it to compile 40 different programming languages including
You can use ideone.com to:
- share your code (that’s obvious – it is a pastebin, isn’t it? :)) in a neat way,
- run your code on server side in more than 40 programming languages.
- and do it all with your own input data!
- ideone.com also provides free Ideone API which is availabe as a webservice. It’s functionality allows you to build your own ideone-like service!
- for logged in users Ideone offers possibility to manage their codes, publish multiple submissions at one go, and more.
All codes can be accessed through convenient hash links. Source code pages provide information about the code and its execution: memory usage, execution time, language and compiler version, code itself, input uploaded by the user, output generated by the program and error messages from compilers and interpreters.
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