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compilation error help required from gurus of c++

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I am new to c++ programming
I have Borland Turbo c++ ver 3.0
I copied the installed Tcc files from my friends hdd in a cd and pasted
it directly into my hdd at d:\lang\tcc\
when i open tc++ it tells invalid directory.
Nothing works even the sample files in that folder also does not run.
I am sure the codings are perfect because they work in my friends sys
when I try to run an sample file wiht a *.cpp (like intro1.cpp) it
tells the following error.
unable to open include file 'checks.H'

(this checks.h is replaced with another name for another project like
graphics.H and so on)

unable to create output file 'c:\lang\tcc\btree.obj'

but the files checks.h, and graphics are in my hdd and are not write
protected.
Where am I going wrong please help me.

Is there any setup file for c++ if you guys have it please upload it
for me or if you could diagnose the problem please give me a solution.

Mar 6 '06 #1
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TB
c++ newbie skrev:
I am new to c++ programming
I have Borland Turbo c++ ver 3.0
I copied the installed Tcc files from my friends hdd in a cd and pasted
it directly into my hdd at d:\lang\tcc\
when i open tc++ it tells invalid directory.
Nothing works even the sample files in that folder also does not run.
I am sure the codings are perfect because they work in my friends sys
when I try to run an sample file wiht a *.cpp (like intro1.cpp) it
tells the following error.
unable to open include file 'checks.H'

(this checks.h is replaced with another name for another project like
graphics.H and so on)

unable to create output file 'c:\lang\tcc\btree.obj'

but the files checks.h, and graphics are in my hdd and are not write
protected.
Where am I going wrong please help me.

Is there any setup file for c++ if you guys have it please upload it
for me or if you could diagnose the problem please give me a solution.


Why not just download the FREE Borland C++ Compiler from their website?

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TB @ SWEDEN
Mar 6 '06 #2

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Dam...

Do you know GCC ?

http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html

Mar 6 '06 #3

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