Turbo C was developed in 1987, which is an Integrated Development Environment and a compiler for C. This compiler was famous for its integrated development environment, small size, extremely fast compile speed and comprehensive manuals.
How to install Turbo C++:
Step 1 Download the compiler from here
Step 2 Remove any previous “Turbo C++” version installed on your system.
Step 3 Extract downloaded zip file.
Step 4 Run “setup.exe” file.
Step 5 Follow the setup instructions.
- Run setup.exe and pressENTER to continue.
- Enter the SOURCE drive to use:C
- Enter the SOURCE Path: source path is where you extracted the turbo c.zip file. You just press ENTER at this step.
- Then scroll down by arrow key and Start Installation.
- Now you have successfully installed the compiler.
How to use Turbo C++:
Step 1 After installation you will have a shortcut link on desktop. Double click that shortcut link on the desktop to open compiler.
Step 2 Choose if you want this application to go full screen or not by un checking the check box and the click on button “Run” to start the application
Else: go to Drive C > TC > Bin > TC .exe
CONGRATULATIONS… you have set up ur compiler on your system.
Now copy the source file to the C:\TC\Bin folder and run it from Turbo C.
Installation of GNU C / C++ compiler on Ubuntu/Debian:
If you are using Linux or UNIX, then check whether GCC is installed on your system by entering the following command from the command line:
If you have GNU compiler installed on your machine, then it should print a message as follows:
Using built-in specs.
Configured with: ../configure –prefix=/usr …….
Thread model: posix
gcc version 4.1.2 20080704 (Red Hat 4.1.2-46)
If GCC is not installed, then you will have to install it yourself using the command bellow:
sudo apt-get install build-essential
To install the gcc and g++ compilers, you have to install build-essential package. This will also install GNU make.
build-essential contains a list of packages which are essential for building Ubuntu packages including gcc compiler, make and other required tools.