My college computers have Borland installed, and it really sucks. For some reason every time I want to compile an altered version of my program I have to exit the compiler, delete all the additional files created. Then start it up again and reload the code I was working on. Otherwise it only compiles the last saved version.
Anyway its really annoying. I use Dev-C++ and I havent had a problem like this... Until recently. I don't know why this has started, but sometimes when I compile a prog it doesnt run the latest version. Thankfully I dont have to exit the compiler, just delete the .exe created for the file, but its still a pain. Especially when I dont realize why my changes arent taking effect and I waste time altering my code trying to fix the problem.
I have coded in several different languages, but it seems that only C wants to agrovate me this way. Does anyone know why this happens or if there is a way to stop this?