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Compilation error in Turbo c++ 3.0

I am getting an error when i compile the program that :-Unable to include Stdio.h file...How to solve this problem

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    when i compile any program an error comes unable to include stdio.h filename

  • k_khan_2009 Mar 31, 2009

    I devoloped a C program containig 8000 lines,but it give error of "DATA GROUP EXEEDS 64K" and "ABNORMAL PROGRAM TERMINATION"

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just go to
Go to the menu strip.
click: Options >> Directories.

Now, if you have installed the program in the directory c:\Tc,

Enter in the include box > C:\TC\include
Enter in the library box > C:\TC\library

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In turbo c:unable to open stdio.h


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UPDATE: If you get the error Linker Error: Unable to open include file ‘C0S.OBJ’, please try copying the C0S.OBJ from the OBJ folder into the main folder of the compiler. The downloadable archive has been updated with this fix.
The procedures on this post were based on a Windows XP computer. They may or may not be applicable if your operating system is not Windows XP.
Note: Please make sure you followed the instructions carefully before saying that the archive doesn’t work. Thank you.

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  2. Please observe:
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The above line should be at or near the beginning of your program source file. If that doesn't work, you can try:

#include "stdio.h"

Of course make sure all the standard libraries and include
files have been installed. Otherwise you have a broken installation and virtually nothing will work.


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