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    Hi guys,
    Ive just started using borland c++ 6 and im trying to work out how to compile and run a C file. I used to use cygnus which has a command line with gcc.
    I cant seem to run and C files on borland. Ive tried various search engines but they've return garbage.

    THanks
    there are only 10 people in the world, those who know binary and those who dont

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    isnt there a built in compile/run button for C files?
    or do u have to compile in command prompt separetly
    there are only 10 people in the world, those who know binary and those who dont

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    Originally posted by Salem
    > isnt there a built in compile/run button for C files?
    Yeah the same one you press to compile C++

    You just name your files to be prog.c rather than prog.cpp

    Create console / command line programs with .c and .cpp files for the following program, and run the results.

    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    int main ( ) {
      printf( "This was compiled using a %s compiler\n",
        sizeof('c') == 1 ? "C++" : "C" ); 
    }
    Just a question; Isn't it theoretically possible to have an implementation where sizeof(int)==1, CHAR_BITS will have to be more than 8 in this case given the range of values an int is supposed to have.
    The one who says it cannot be done should never interrupt the one who is doing it.

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