WHY IS GCC NOT AS GOOD AS OLD TurboC??
I cant understand why the great gcc compiler is so painful.It doesnt accept float to int conversion,i.e,if u print a float value with %d, then only integral part should print, but gcc doesnt allow it.Similarly, gcc doesnt allow the command clrscr();
Also, when i use math.h header file for mathematical functions, gcc wants us to add the name of the library while compiling, making us write a long command for compilation.
But, turboc is an age old compiler and doesnt fit with graph plotters like gnuplot,which i frequently use.
Is there any way out of this dilemma over choice of compilers?Any suggestions please?I want to ge accustomed with any ONE compiler, as i am a beginner and have a long way in C programming.