64bit system can't run c++ !!!???

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    64bit system can't run c++ !!!???

    I own a computer 64bit and is prepared in advance by the version of Windows Vista 64bit .. also can not run turbo c++ or borland turbo c++ or.....etc .now what solution to run it on my system????
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameer.b View Post
    I own a computer 64bit and is prepared in advance by the version of Windows Vista 64bit .. also can not run turbo c++ or borland turbo c++ or.....etc .now what solution to run it on my system????.
    OMG, a 64-bit system can't run some ancient 16-bit compiler, this must mean that 64-bit systems don't support C++!
    Code:
    //try
    //{
    	if (a) do { f( b); } while(1);
    	else   do { f(!b); } while(1);
    //}

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    First of all: Lol.

    You should start by checking your IDE developer's site to see if it has a 64 bit version of the IDE. If not, use the 32-bit one. If it doesn't work, use another IDE. No matter what, don't use Turbo C++. I also recall someone on here saying something about Borland being bad, but I can't recall what - is this just me, or can someone else elaborate?

    Try Visual Studio or Code::Blocks with mingw.
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    Just how out of date were you planning to go?
    16 bit compiler, 64 bit processor.
    Why did you spend all that money when you could have gotten something more suitable out of the skip?
    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
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    in our study ...use turbo c++ ...now i use visual studio 2008 but i still need to know how can i run turbo c++ on my 64 bit system ... if no way no problem
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    Ah, you're one of the many unfortunates who's living in some bass-ackward country that hasn't made it to the 21st century yet.

    Do we all have to wait for all the teachers of TCrap++ to retire before the upgrade happens.

    Go and pester your so-called tutors for the answer. If enough people hassle them, maybe they'll force the change to something which will be useful OUTSIDE the museum of a classroom you're in.
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    Basically, your country has seen this approaching for 20 years and has done squat about it.

    We're no longer interested in such fossil technology, and being the $0 support for someone else's problem.

    When you've got a modern compiler which accepts the modern language, then we can talk.
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    thank you dear for u idea now i use visual studio 2008

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