Turbo C++ 3.0 accepts, borland 5.5 doesn't

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    Turbo C++ 3.0 accepts, borland 5.5 doesn't

    Ironically the older comiler accepts the source, but the newer one doesn't, both are made from the same company, any Ideas to as why (I wan't to use the newer on because it has more features)
    Code:
    Code removed
    Error is:
    FATAL: Error detected (LME279)
    FATAL: Access Violation. Link Terminated.
    FATAL: Error Detected (LME347)

    What does LME347 mean anyway?
    Last edited by Dark Nemesis; 08-27-2003 at 06:38 PM.

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    Go here:

    http://threads.borland.com/threads/t...&view=fulltext

    Next time, search the web as I'm not going to be doing it for you again.

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    that didn't help, I'm using the command-line only version (free version) and all those post are asking how to fix the problem, only one gives a solution (might not be the one I'm looking for), but its command line, thus it doesn't file-->... because there is no GUI/popdown menu

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    Thats not it, I deleted all the obj, exe and t* files. there are no other files it generates

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    I just compiled it fine with the borland free command line version (Borland C++ 5.5.1 for Win32).

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    Originally posted by Dark Nemesis
    Thats not it, I deleted all the obj, exe and t* files. there are no other files it generates
    You received an LME error. This means it has absolutely nothing to do with your sourcecode. It is a linker memory error, therefore either a bug in the linker or you are running out of memory.

    edit to clarify: not you but the linker is running out of memory.
    [code]

    your code here....

    [/code]

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    so then, what do I do? run less programs? or do I delete something?

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    Maybe you'd better reboot ...

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    Originally posted by Dark Nemesis
    so then, what do I do? run less programs? or do I delete something?
    actually.... the code wasn't that big to make the linker run out of memory. Also I think it wouldn't raise an EAccessViolation if it just ran out of memory. It's a linker bug.
    Sadly, Borland isn't what it used to be anymore.
    [code]

    your code here....

    [/code]

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    I think he got it working. His code mysteriously disappeared ...

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    I was told it wasn't the code, so I removed the code, and as for the problem my computer crashed so I rebooted and it worked fine. But thank you for the replies.

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