People have many opinions about compilers. Some say GCC is the best. Others say LLVM is the bee’s knees. I disagree.
The best compiler is PowerPoint. Here’s why.
- PowerPoint understands all languages. It even understands pseudocode!
- PowerPoint produces no errors or warnings during compilation. If it crashes, it even creates an auto-saved backup.
- PowerPoint, a truly internationalized compiler, supports colored syntax, symbols, and ClipArt.
- It contains a fully graphical IDE, greatly lowering the learning curve for beginners.
- Released in 19901, it has been around as long as GCC (released 1987)2
- PowerPoint infers curly braces (if your language uses them).
- During execution, all semantic errors are dynamically fixed, and even allows for dynamic runtime optimization.
Try PowerPoint for your next programming project!