how to paste program in turbo c++ ?

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Ideally, you don't use a thirty year old compiler and IDE in the first place, especially since it won't work on any modern version of Windows (without resorting to something such as DOSBox, that is).

However, if you are being forced to use it by a professor, and complaints …

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Ideally, you don't use a thirty year old compiler and IDE in the first place, especially since it won't work on any modern version of Windows (without resorting to something such as DOSBox, that is).

However, if you are being forced to use it by a professor, and complaints to the administration haven't helped, then this article on the topic - which is the first one you get when you do a simple Google or DuckDuckGo search on it - should help.

So my real suggestion is to learn how to use a search engine effectively.

In the past, we would save what we had to a text file or some whale.c file (name should be what we can remember. Then in the old Turbo C++ I recall we could open the whale.c file and use Turbo C++'s own editor to copy and paste into another module or file.

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