Yesterday, I got a free Borland 5.5 compiler free with a book on Advanced C++, it installed ok, but when I tried to run the application it said:
"The Borland 4.4 compiler is out of date, and needs updating, Windows has detected Devcpp 4.995 on your computer system, it is recomented that you use this compiler as it is more efficient."
I have never seen windows display that sort of message before, and anyway, why would a book give away an out of date compiler? Is Borland better then DevC++??