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Based on your stated needs, I would recommend that you go with Python. Installing the SDK (software Development Kit) gives you access to not just the programming language but also a powerful IDE called IDLE, which you can immediately get productive with. And if you don't like the IDE, there are so many free and open source IDEs you can use out there. I ...


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Sprout "C++11/14 constexpr based Containers, Algorithms, Random numbers, Parsing, Ray tracing, Synthesizer, and others." by Bolero Murakami (I think that's the name) Websites: Main site | GitHub Repo. C++11 No releases, use the master branch Updated rarely Boost Software License Caveats: I haven't tried it. If it's C++11-based, there may be ...


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GCEM - Generalized constexpr Math by Keith O'Hara Websites: Main site | GitHub Repo. C++11 Template-oriented Last release: 1.12.0, May 2019 Updated occasionally Additional features of interest, from the library's website: Continued fraction expansions and series expansions are implemented using recursive templates. The gcem:: syntax is identical to the C+...


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The answers here are good for the time the question has been asked. In the meanwhile, IMHO, dnSpy has outperformed them. ✓ Visualize as C# or VB.NET - or IL ✓ Navigation between classes - by Ctrl+Click ✓ Examination of resources - live preview ? Handling .NET since 2.0 - I could not find such an old program for testing :-) ✓ Exporting classes to source ...


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The Graphic Designers at my Company work with Axure. It seems pretty easy to use and multiple people can work on one mock at once.


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