GUIObj.h and Turtles.h

This is a discussion on GUIObj.h and Turtles.h within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I typically have to write small programs for homework in my Intro to C++ class and the text book we ...

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    GUIObj.h and Turtles.h

    I typically have to write small programs for homework in my Intro to C++ class and the text book we use was written so that the programs can be compiled and run on Borland C++ compiler. The Borland C++ compiler supports GUIObj.h and Turtles.h which I need. I have MSVC++ 6.0 which does not support GUI or Turtle.

    I need these so that I can troubleshoot my programs at home because the labtime at school is just not enough.

    Are there any downloads(freeware compilers) that would support GUI and Turtle. I dowloaded a Borland C++ compiler 5.5 and can't figure out how to get it to run plus it can only run in DOS and I need a windows based program.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
    Jimmy

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    BC++ 5.5 is a windows compiler. You have to run it from the command line though. The way to do that is:

    C:\Path\To\SourceCode> bcc32 file_name.cpp

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    Zach, I did that and the error message that came up was that it could not find the path to specified source.

    I do know that I downloaded it properly and it was unpacked properly...other than that I don't know why it doesn't work.
    Jimmy

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    In the www.cprogramming.com\boardfaq.html]Programming FAQ[/URL] there is a link on how that tells you how to set it up.

    Also you might want an ide such as Vide
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