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Old 03-08-2004, 09:03 AM   #1
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Turbo C ++ 3.0 for(dos)

Hi there.

I am usin fedora core 1.1. I don't like GCC.. gcc.. gCC.. gCC.. vi xxx.c ,....... ,jed xxx.c ............................. It is not COMFORTABLE.

I wan to use Turbo C ++ 3.0 (for dos) on linux, Can I use ...!!!???.Please somebady help me!!

If I use dos Emulator on linux and copy Turbo C++ 3.0 (for dos) files ,can I receive errors.
Old 03-08-2004, 09:28 AM   #2
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Turbo C++ for dos compiles programs for use with dos.
Even if you could get it working through wine, the results wouldn't run under linux, only under dos.

Try the programming forum if you want a better compiler than gcc.
Or use google.
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Anyone else ???.

I can't compile on linux with gcc. Becouse its -ANSI C- and I am a beginner for linux and C.So Turbo C ++ 3.0 (dos) is comfortable, and It is IDE.Includes -Help- and any files.

What can I do.
Old 03-08-2004, 10:17 AM   #4
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Hmm...I think I remember using Turbo C++ a few years ago. Is the problem that you would prefer a graphical IDE? In that case you can try out Anjuta IDE . It looks and feels like most modern IDEs.

And what about emacs?

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Old 03-08-2004, 12:30 PM   #5
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It sounds as tho you want to enjoy the luxuries of coding in linux, but not have to learn/memorize any of the 'basics' like functions and such.
That's kinda crazy.

However, if you do have wine running, and can get the TurboC running, you can always reference back to the lovely help it provides.
I've used the old dos TurboC quite a bit in the past, but I must agree that anjuta or even glade proveds adequate programming features.

Sometimes, change is good...

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