I'm using Borland's TurboC++ 2006 Explorer.
I'm working on a class project, and have a program consisting of 3 files:
Definitions.cpp contains the typical #include Header.h
The program compiles and links correctly if Driver.cpp contains the statement #include Definitions.cpp
The instructor doesn't like using the #include Definitions.cpp in the Driver.cpp file, and suggests a 'project or makefile' instead.
Is there a way for the Borland IDE to generate something I can add to the file list I send to the instructor that will cause the 3 files to compile/link together properly for execution?
Any help will be greatly appreciated!