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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Ideone.com | Online IDE & Debugging Tool

I came across Ideone. I stopeed there. And I used it. Now I give stars to the IDEone Teams accompalishments. IDEOne is an online IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and debugging tool which enables users to share and run code online. The website describes that It is like a pastebin designed specifically for programmers and developers. All the code snippets run on Ideone and can be accessed conveniently via hash links. The easy to use UI is so easy and you dont have to write extra configuration lines of codes. It is as simple as writing code in and IDE on your device itself. And most importantly, since this runs on server you can run codes even on mobile phones. This is just great.


I created this snippet to test a simple code on IDEOne in C++. And it worked properly!!





IDEOne gives you option to write you code online. It is really useful for beginners and evangelists. The best part is that you can write in 40+ languages. It provides you with details about code and its execution including the memory usage, execution time, compiler version, output generated by program and error messages. This service would be of great use when you have to quickly execute code and don’t have a desktop IDE installed.

You can check this out at Ideone Home page





You can optionally turn on syntax highlighting for your code. Much more to see itself than description. But would be a nice online landup where you can learn and test some rare languages too.

You can also check out the public code snippets executed by other users. Ideone is free to use, does not require installation of any extra software or plug-ins, and can be used as a replacement for your existing desktop IDE.

I even tried with simple Python Code:





I was inquisitive to know on what machine is the code and this IDE really executing. I found out that using above code. Result came out to be ‘posix’.

2 comments:

  1. Nice post, thank you. Check out for the new features at ideone, we have made upgrade recently.

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  2. O thanks Kuszi. Seems we have someone from the development team. Kudos!!

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