C Language on my computer, missing?
July 16, 2008 2:59am CST
When I went to college five years ago, I knew very little about computers and ended up taking a non-computer course. I wasn`t able to finish my non-computer course and when I started school again this academic year, I took up Computer Science. So, go figure. Does all PCs have a C Language built on them? I tried to access my C Language but I couldn`t. Aren't you supposed to type "cd.." then "cd.." and then "cd tc.." ? I did but it says "The system can not find the path specified"
16 Jul 08
Actually, not all PCs have C language. The DOS C language is not used by the majority anymore. Only programming enthusiasts. Just keep searching around the net. You'll probably come across Turbo C somewhere. It is a good language to learn programming though. It provides a good background in programming and the fundamental concepts are still being used in new languages such as Java/Visual C. Try this, type "cd\". Then do a "dir" and check if the turbo C is there. Most likely, it won't be. It isn't usually supplied with PCs/Operating systems. You try to search tc in Windows explorer search. Seek help as well from your instructor. Take care and wish you all the best in your studies.