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Vista compatible c compiler with full screen

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Commonly used Borland C compiler wont work in full screen mode in Vista,So what you can do is use some other IDEs like visula studio, MinGWStudioSetup etc....

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Turboc++ in full screen on vista 64 bit in dosbox



right click on the shortcut of turbo c and go to compatibly tab and choose the option of run the program in windows xp os and run as administrator .

Jan 08, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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The turbo c++ compiler is not installing corectly and not open in full screen i am using vista ultimate


For your information, Turbo c++ is not fully compatible with windows vista environment. It cannot go fullscreen. Some programmer trying to make trick to make it fullscream by using software that enable the c++ to work fullscreen but it is very hassle.

Oct 18, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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ABOUT TURBO C++


Vista doesn't support full screen mode while operating Turbo C++,
and its also doesn't support graphics(bgi) while operating it.
There are lots of compatibility problems with Vista --
I have Vista Home Premium and have warning when I start VC++ 2005 Express!
I just tried running tc.exe and did not get the warning message you reported.
Although it would only run in the small window.
Your best bet is to download either VC++ 2005 Express or Dev-C++.
They both run full-screen.

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Looking for a vista compatible c/c++ compiler


You can try MS Visual C++ 2008 Express which you can download free here:

http://www.microsoft.com/express/vc/

or there's the Open Source GNU /C++ suite:

http://gcc.gnu.org/

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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

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