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    my turbo c complier posses an error sayin unable to include stdio.h file
    how do i rectify it?

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    You should not use Turbo C, it's a very old compiler.
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    Yes, maxorator is correct. Turbo C should be in a museum for old compilers along with TurboC++ and MSVC++6.0.

    Use a more updated compiler. DevC++ is a good one and is free of charge from the bloodshed website.

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    >how do i rectify it?
    Re-install. It looks like something got corrupted (or the installation was done incorrectly to begin with).
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    Re-install.
    Do not re-install. Uninstall it and install something newer, like Dev-C++ (basically MinGW).
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    >Do not re-install. Uninstall it and install something newer, like Dev-C++ (basically MinGW).
    Hush. While I agree with you completely, many times that's just not an option.
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    If not that, then download gcc or g++ as these are constantly updated. They are also command-line like Turbo C, but with no CUI.
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    >unable to include stdio.h file
    >how do i rectify it?
    And make sure you wrote:
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    #include <stdio.h>
    versus:
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    #include "stdio.h"

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