Thread: graphics

  1. #16
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    can dev c++ make dos programs or just console?

  2. #17
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    Dev-C++ is an IDE so it can point to many different compilers.. the default, mingw32, is a 32 bit Windows compiler, thus console apps only. BC4.5 was my favorite compiler that could do both. You might find it with its entire IDE on an old C in 21 days book (probably have to go used at this point). That way you aren't limited to either. Or use DJGPP for DOS and any old Windows compiler for Windows for the same effect.
    Allegro precompiled Installer for Dev-C++, MSVC, and Borland:

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    I dont understand why you would want to compile a program for dos anyhow? Unless you just had a really old computer.

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