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download java compiler from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
Go where you install your java, default Path is "C:\Program Files\Java" in Java Folder open folder jdk then open bin copy its directory located at the address bar then
Right Click My Comuter > left click Properties > Advance > Environment Variables > on System Variables find Path then click it then click Edit insert a semicolon " ; " on the end of the textbox (if already have don't add semicolon) then paste the directory you copy...
you can now create your Java Code....
to Compile and Run it... open command promt ( to open click start > run > type cmd ) go to directory where you save your java code.. (ex. if your Directory is "D:\Java Folder" then type "cd.." press Enter repeat "cd.." until "C:\>" is remaining then type "D:" press enter then type "cd Java Folder" then press Enter type "javac (name of your javacode).java " Press Enter (if there is an error correct your java code) if no type "java (name of your javacode)" there you can run your Java Code
64 Bit operating systems like Windows Xp64, Windows Vista64, and Window
7 will no longer run 16 bit applications and this includes Turbo C
2.01/Turbo C++ 3.0/3.1 or the programs they produce.
Turbo C 2.0 was first released in 1989, Turbo C++ 3.1 in 1991 making
these programs nearly two decades old. They are just too old to run on
Upgrade To Modern Compiler
Note that Turbo C/C++ is very very very very old and produces 16 bit
programs which no long run on many modern computers. So the best advice
is to upgrade to a new compiler. There are many free compilers out there that you can use.
Turbo C++ 3.0 is made for MS DOS 6.22 environment. In windows also we can run Turbo C because windows environment provides all native services of DOS. But in Windows VISTA some of the services are revoked. So to enable them either Vista is to be reconfigured or some add-ins are to me installed.
Other versions those can work in Vista are BOROLAND C++ 4.5, VISUAL C++ 6.0, and Visual Studio 2008. But in all these the graphics header file <graphics.h> will not work. Try to find an appropriate graphics header file or copy graphics.h in the cource directory and use #include "graphics.h" command in your C Program.
As 32 bit vista does not support full screen 16 bit plarforms(like c/c++) nd not at all suportable by 64 bit vista. to install u have to install the display drivers of XP, that can be found at the site of the manufacturer of ur Laptop/PC(in some cases graphics card manufacturer). All the best...., further having any query , pLz fell free 2 ask