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I created a small c++ program. Now i wanted it to create an .exe file. Once i compile, i get the exe file in my BIN folder.. but, the alignment of the files are not correct.

Well i do get the correct alignment in turbo c++ compiling..(ctrl + f9).. but while i press exe file, its different(alignment). If you need codes, i'll provide it..

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for exe file....either try command prompt commands....or IDE(integrated tool development) softwares like Eclipse, Netbeans...

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I created a small c++ program. Now i wanted it to create an .exe file. Once i compile, i get the exe file in my BIN folder.. but, the alignment of the files are not correct.

Well i do get the correct alignment in turbo c++ compiling..(ctrl + f9).. but while i press exe file, its different(alignment). If you need codes, i'll provide it..

The code written in c++ is includes graphics or not or it is just
the using the statement cout<< or cin>>. if it in in graphics please
provide the code or use the 'make exe' option under run menu.

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if your definition of "alignment" is "where the file is located in the folder", just drag it to where you want it.

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