include file location ....

This is a discussion on include file location .... within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; sir, i have just installed 'turbo c' on my pc. it starts ok but while compiling and running program, it ...

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    Exclamation include file location ....

    sir, i have just installed 'turbo c' on my pc. it starts ok but while compiling and running program, it gives the error as "stdio.h file not found"
    actually by default where it should be after installation ? what will be solution ? actually we are at very primary stage hence kindly provide help in simple language.

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    hey what you can do just find .h files in your computer with find utility if on linux just find or locate or on windows just press windows + F

    and then in your turbo C id give set the include path

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    Unless you're running DOS or Windows 3.x, you might also consider installing a compiler written in this millennium, like Visual C++ or gcc.
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    And another one is off and running...backwards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rags_to_riches
    And another one is off and running...backwards...
    It is not really backwards; it is more like several kilometres behind the start line.
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    Good point, laserlight.

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    **Hey buddy!**

    I'm an old Turbo C/C++ fan, from way back in the days. For small console projects, I still use it a lot.

    What version did you get, and did you get your set up sorted out?

    After you get into programming more than student assignments, be sure to step up to a newer compiler like MS Visual C Express (free), or something comparable. Turbo C is great for learning, because everything is pretty straight forward and it lets you concentrate on the C language.

    But it is a 32 or 64 bit world now, and 16 bit compilers, no matter how good, will never meet that need.

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