Run C in command prompt - Windows

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What may be the cause?

I know that everyone nowadays uses an IDE, but I find it easier to write my code in notepad++, compile it with a command prompt command, and execute it from there as well.

That is, at least, true for Java and Python.

I've attempted to figure out how to accomplish it in C++ but haven't come up with anything useful.

Is there a compiler (similar to Java's JDK) that I can install and use the C++ equivalents of javac and java to run and build my code from CMD?

Please do not submit responses and comments touting how much superior IDEs are - I know they are.

I'm simply used to doing things the old-fashioned way:D
Jul 22 in C++ by Nicholas
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