I am using Turbo C++ for Windows, version 3.1 at home.
At school, we are using a similar version (maybe 3.0 or 3.1), but with a more blocky display.
(with block cursor and stuff. my one at home looks more... modern)
[EDIT] The school version is Turbo C++ 3.0, possible IDE?
Here's a pic of it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Turbo_C%2B%2B_3.0.png
Anyway, I wrote some code at school including graphics.h.
It compiled and ran there fine, but I get include errors at home.
It seems my home version doesn't have a graphics.h file in its include folder.
So, I was wondering if I could add one or something to make it work.
If not, could you point me to a similar compiler (preferably turbo of some sort) that will support graphics.
I can include a sample of code on request, but it's a bit longer than I'd like to post.
It has basic stuff like rectangles, circles, and fills.