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In turbo C, what does this error mean?..

''COMPILER TABLE LIMIT EXCEEDED''

I'm not yet in the half of my program, is there a solution to add lines to the clipboard?, i think the solution is to add lines to the clipboard so i cant meet that **** error again.. please help me...

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SOURCE: c compiler

lower your screen resolution to the minimum only while using c,c++.

Posted on May 21, 2008

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SOURCE: looking for a vista compatible c/c++ compiler

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

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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SOURCE: c++ problem BGI ERROR

The most probable reason why the program is not working is because your Turbo C++ BGI Graphics folder is not "c:\\tc\\bgi".
Correct the path and it should work.

If you're sure that your path is correct, press Alt+F5 and paste the error received.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

ali_zulfikar
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SOURCE: turbo-c++ is not installed in full screen

Hi sagar,

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.

Please revert to me if having problems.

Zulfikar Ali
ali_zulfikar@yahoo.com
09899780221

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

asmymass
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SOURCE: turbo-c++ is not installed in full screen

so if rewrite the prog

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: looking for a vista compatible c/c++ compiler

codeblocks:)

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HOW TO RUN TURBO C IN 64 BIT WINDOWS 7


Hi,

Turbo C/C++

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 modern PCs.

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.

Free Compilers:
  • Microsoft Express 2008 -- Great compiler and comes with a nice IDE (Visual Studio)
  • MinGW -- Command line compiler but there are many IDEs that use it such as Code::Blocks, Eclipse, Dev-C++
  • Borland C++ 5.5 -- Will compile Turbo C++ programs (including graphics.h) but produces 32bit code (slightly better than Turbo C) Only includes command line tools.
  • DigitalMars -- Its still old but at least it produces 32bit programs (better than Turbo C). You might stumble across D++ which is a very powerful language derivative of C++.
  • OpenWacom -- Again, nearly as old as Turbo C, but it produces more modern 32bit applications! (this project is still active too).
If you are just working with C there is:
  • Pelles -- and excellent modern C compiler and IDE. Pelles also has the new TR1 libraries available so you can use regex and other new features. As well as support for many older libraries.
  • LCC-Win32 -- Used as the basis for many of the research compilers.
  • Tiny C -- is said to produce very fast programs.
.
All of the above are Free and all excellent replacements for Turbo C which is so old it will not even run on your computer.


Regards.

May 24, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Error occur during compiling,unable to open a header file


The compiler is attempting to access the iostream header file and it either cannot find the file (not in the default location or it has been told to look in another location where it doesn't exist), or the file security is set so the current user does not have read access to the file.

Apr 15, 2009 | Operating Systems

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I have vista 64 bit osis there any tc/c++ compiler that can run


You may try donloading Dosbox which is an Excellent program for running all 16bit and 32bit Programs

OR

you can checkout Dev++ which is a C++ compiler for all 64bit and 32bit Operating Systems as an option. Search it on Google and Download it may be better compiler for Vista than the traditional C++!! Rate if the answer helped!!

Feb 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Turbo-c++ is not installed in full screen


Hi sagar,

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.

Please revert to me if having problems.

Zulfikar Ali
ali_zulfikar@yahoo.com
09899780221

Jan 31, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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C++ problem BGI ERROR


The most probable reason why the program is not working is because your Turbo C++ BGI Graphics folder is not "c:\\tc\\bgi".
Correct the path and it should work.

If you're sure that your path is correct, press Alt+F5 and paste the error received.

Jan 23, 2009 | Operating Systems

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When i write the program exception handling in c++. it give the error try and catch keyword. how to handle the Exception handling in c++


You might be using old compiler. Use a latest compiler such as Turbo C++ 4.5 or later. The older versions 2.0 and 3.0 does not support exceptions.

Jan 21, 2009 | Operating Systems

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Looking for a vista compatible c/c++ compiler


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

Mar 05, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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