>how do i save the c programs i compiled on borland c++ on the dekstop???????????????????????
Well, when you compile the C code you would the binary or the .exe file out of it. Unless you have any errors. Assuming that your program compiled with no warning or errors, the .exe file should be in you local working directory. If you want to save the binary of it on the desktop then i guess you will have to look at the compile command line options and look for an flag output.
Just made a quick search, it’s the -n flag that you would have to use. That is
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