Hey...

I have created a prgoram in turbo c++, and i wanted it to export it as a separate file ... that is out of the bin file.. and out of all the other include file, so that it actually runs on every computer who even does not have a copiler installed to it!!

i know it is possible, but i dont knw how dis will happen

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for running an app you do not need a compiler. You can simply take out the .exe and share it.
It'll run, but given the fact that you're using "Turbo C++" it might not run as you would've expected it to, on a few machines.

A few advice:

  • Get rid …
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for running an app you do not need a compiler. You can simply take out the .exe and share it.
It'll run, but given the fact that you're using "Turbo C++" it might not run as you would've expected it to, on a few machines.

A few advice:

  • Get rid of that turbo c. Immediately. Use Code::Blocks or Visual Studio 2010 express. You'll thank me later!
  • Read up on static linking of libraries. (it'll help for the issue at hand)

thanks man... but this project dat i am making is for the school and they want it in turbo C++

yeah.. i have tried code::blocks...its great.. still!! thanks for the help

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