What is the Difference Between Turbo C++, Dev C++ & Borland C???

India
February 17, 2012 7:35am CST
guys I saw these 3 different languages but don't know their differences if any one know Difference between Turbo C++, Dev C++ & Borland C then please tell.
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@thesids (22362)
• Bhubaneswar, India
17 Feb 12
The three versions are all for different Operating Systems amd architectures though the todays versions are mostly windows based (specially if you are on Windows XP or more you at least need Turbo C++ v4.5 for Windows). Technically, this means they ship and come with different header files needed to create Apps which have the look and feel of Windows Operating System. Also, this change or additions help in reducing the Conflicts and Errors (like Not a Win 32 application). But in case you really want to become a geek on C, I would recommend ANSI C but for that you need to have UNIX and not even LINUX ships with ANSI C, their version is called GCC (for GNU C or C++)
• India
17 Feb 12
thanx buddy. one more thing tell me I have a windows 7 64 it then which one is good for me. I'm just a learner.
• India
17 Feb 12
ok I will try
• Chennai, India
17 Feb 12
I've become little outdated as I did my Turbo C course during 1996. Since then I couldn't find a chance to work on that. But still I have that coding skills, thank God. I'm following this discussion to update myself. Thanks for the discussion.
• India
17 Feb 12
you welcome friend
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
19 Feb 12
see as per my knowledge of programming language ,these three turbo C++ ,Dev C++ and Borland differs in following respect ..... 1 Make of company .That's in my view compiler of Turbo C++ and Dev C++ and Borland C++ is likely to be from three different comapnies . 2 Operating they are made for some product are for Windows others for unix other for apple so see before you install 3 library files : different implementation has different number of library files yes standard are same but companies add more to sell their product .SO you must have to check right libraries present in your software . 4 Must check the minimum requirement section of products as it contains all the pre-requisite for the product 5 Hardware architecture that the product is made for some are architecture independent thats you can use them across any architecture .Like some compiler support only intel platform while others support AMD/IBM also . I think this is all ...yes I m not perfect correct me If I m wrong ......... Hare Krishna Ganesh