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    I am having problems creating a program,,,the autoxec.bat cannot be found in the c:\ directory.
    please feel free to help

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    What's your program?

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    Well i downloaded the compiler and now i am trying to get started with the programming .........could it be i need the actual C++ program itself? I am new at this so excuse me.............

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    There is no "actual C++ program stuff"...

    Tell me exactly what you tried to do, and list your code, if you wrote any.

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    i am trying to get the page where all programs are written,
    ex. #include >iostream.h
    this way i can then run the programs
    i know i am not giving enough info ........but i actually never created a program on my own.. iam trying to get started .
    your help is appreciated thanx

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    >i am trying to get the page where all programs are written,

    Write the program in Notepad or something, and save it as myFile.cpp. Then, you can compile it.

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    aha! whoa ok now i feel like iam getting somewhere,,,,so:
    1st. i write the program on the note pad right?
    2nd. then i compile it? right?
    so how do i compile the program once i wrote it on the notepad

    thanx

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    Your compiler's help files should have info on the correct syntax for compiling your program. Which one do you have?

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    I GOT THE BORDLAND 5.5 COMPILER

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    I see you found your caps-lock key again...

    http://community.borland.com/article...,21205,00.html

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    Hey thanx....... now iam trying to configure the bordland compiler but none of the applications apply to windows xp........which one is best for my operating system.

    I know caps means yelling on the internet, but to me only means emphasis and i think there is a new addiction.
    thanx i really feel like i am learning something here.

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    Use the instructions for 2K or NT....

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    ok thanx alot...........wish me luck i never attempted to do something like this on my own .........i am paranoid beacause i don't want to upset my operating system and then i have to call for a tech...........
    if you have any suggestions and advices please reply

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    hey hi, so far so good, but now when i try to navigate to the directory i have no luck at all........when i type the instruction cd bordland nothing happens.......now do i have to do this on the dos prompt or somewhere else.... by the way i followed the instruxctions for 2k and now iam in the process in creating the configuration files thanx again

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    Are you sure that's the right dir? The company's spelled Borland...

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