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An ad free and user friendly Android offline C compiler ?

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    Does android studio have ads now?

    https://developer.android.com/studi...
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    @Demolishun No but it's applications does have
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    Android NDK.
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    I can’t believe I even read this. Are the days of ad free c compilers over or something? Do we need Adblock? Maybe recaptcha? How much node.js and react can a compiler possibly have?
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    @hrishi I dont understand what that even means?

    @FrodoSwaggins I cant odd
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    Wait a second

    I didn’t even catch the “offline” part in my first read. What does it mean for a compiler to be online? What the fuck is happening?
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    @Demolishun that’s where I’m at right now
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    @FrodoSwaggins @Demolishun @Fast-Nop
    Pretty sure he meant an Android OS app that runs ON an Android device... And compiles the code natively ON the android device, without sending it out to a server for compilation. Hence the ads issue...

    And for the original poster:
    use Termux. Or Google. Or any other platform to ask these question.

    And I already suspect a troll from your vote count.
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    @magicMirror Is someone poking the drooling pseudo intellectuals with a stick? I feel like rattling my cage door and throwing poop.
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    Root and gcc or g++
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    @Demolishun prbly just my paranoia at work here.
    Similar to the time I suspected the RnD director was a Macavellian genius. But after talking to him for 10 minutes - he failed the turing test....
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    @magicMirror TFW someone who doesn't even know how to ask a question registers on a platform where actual devs are ranting.
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    @magicMirror Dude, its a monday. I will probably fail the turing test, the driving test, the motivation test, and any other test.
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    This is still insane, there is no way you can put this question or premise to me without it being insane.

    Whether this uses a compiler farm or not does not quell my anxiety. Might even make it worse. That is just a tricky way for people to get access to your source code, which could have testing non production stuff hardcoded in there like idk passwords etc; not saying that’s good but when you’re testing shit sometimes you just shouldn’t have to care.

    In 2020, the age of grubby little douchebag fingers trying everything under the sun to trick you into telling them secrets.
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    @Demolishun But some people are so stupid that they will even fail a blood test.
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    Try Termux and its gcc package or Terminal Emulator (https://github.com/jackpal/...) and put your binaries in either the app's /data folder or /data/local/tmp, from those locations "chmod +x" is possible. No root required!
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    @Ranchu Thanks
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    @Parzi Finally! someone who can hack in the terminal on Android.
    Also - coding on mobile is total shit. Give me A Keyboard!
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    I write C, C++, Rust, and Python code just fine on my phone using Termux and a Bluetooth keyboard.
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    @RememberMe Why on the earth would you do that?
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    @-pthread Because I can and because I sometimes want to sketch out quick ideas on my phone, it works fine via touchscreen too

    Also so that I don't need to sit at my PC to do quick edits to software.

    It's painless especially for Python and Rust, they usually just work (tm).
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    @RememberMe I don't think you can edit any large software on phone. Only running small scripts on phone makes sense.

    And yeah one can boot up pc in almost same time you attach your OTG and connect bluetooth keyboard.
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