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Everyone master ppl out ther. I have 2 doubts in my mind regarding C++. Let me tell u 1 thing before stating my problem, I m using Turbo C s/w as a compiler.

1. I m nt able to include <string.h> header file in my program. Whener I try to include this file, compiler throws me an error while compiling.

2. I want to open MS DOS command prompt by writing some program in C++ and want to pass following command (via C++)
Commamd is as follow:
ConvertDoc /S "Source file path" /T "destination file path" /F9/C1/M2/V
above command vl help me to convert any .doc file into .txt file.

Waiting 4 ur positive replay
Thx in advance.

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>I m using Turbo C s/w as a compiler

Don't use real real old, and an ancient compiler! I think you might be pleased to read this thread - http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread262757.html

For more information see:
1. http://www.daniweb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=252858&highlight=Turboc
2. http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread140692.html
3. http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread202987.html

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