I am using Borland's C++ BuilderX Personal. Great tool, and also multiplatform. You can use the same IDE in WIndows, Linux, Solaris... Also good if you need cross-compiling. You can register your own preprocessors and compilers... In short-great IDE. Just don't expect any RAD development.
Turbo C is great for embedded c crap, and great for people who can only afford ancient computers that only support turbo c. However, its only downfall, is when people think they can write good c++ code with it. That's when it becomes stoopid to use.
Turbo C is great for embedded c crap, and great for people who can only afford ancient computers
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Its not even good for that because there are several free good modern compilers, such as Dev-C++ that will let you learn c++ as it should be learned. Turbo C is not even good for embeded programs because it only supports MS-DOS 6.X and earlier operating systems.