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Re: Turbo C is not running.
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ok any way i think command is running Proparly or not working telme ? id : firstname.lastname@example.org
see this command : go 2 run type cmd next give path your soft ware whare is thair for : ex: c:\turboc2\tc c:\turboc\tc
your folder name give mustend shoud folder Name (turboc2 or turboc) ok
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