How exactly to run (16-little bit) .exe files output by Turbo C++?
If your personal computer is running on 32/64 bit Windows OS, then your older 16-bit application (output by Turbo C++) wouldn't normally operate on it. Here the actions to perform a 16-little bit .exe files output by Turbo C++.
Step 1. Download and Install the most recent version of Turbo C++ from here.
Step 2. Open Turbo C++
Step 3. Select Open Pre-Compiled EXE File...
Step 4. Choose the exe file that you want to open.
Step 5. Click Open
Note - You can only just execute exe file from C:\TURBOC3\SOURCE directory.
Step 6. exe file will be execute.
How exactly to pass Command Line Arguments in Turbo C++
Listed below are the steps to execute an application with Command Line Argument inside Turbo C/C++ Compiler :
1. Open Turbo C++
Open Turbo C++. Unless you possess, you can download Turbo C++ from here.
2. Write a program
Following is a straightforward example which checks when there is any argument supplied from the command line and do something accordingly −
3. Compile and Run your program
When the above code is compiled and executed by Turbo C++, it produces the next result
4. Open DOS Shell
Now open Turbo C++ File Menu (You may use shortcut Alt+F) and choose DOS Shell.
5. Change directory
Now you need to improve the existing directory of DOS Shell to "SOURCES" from "BIN", because of this you have to user cd command.
First use cd.. for returning to Turbo C++ main directory Now use cd SOURCE to gain access to the SOURCE directory
6. Execute Program with Command Line Arguments
Here ARGS.EXE may be the executable of your program ARGS.C and testing is a command line argument. When you'll strike the enter, it produces the next result
Turbo C++ Error - Struggling to Open Include File 'STDIO.H'
Follow these actions to repair the problem -
Step 1 - Open Turbo C++.
Step 2 - Go in Choices menu.
Step 3 - Then in Web directories...
Step 4 - Replace the web directories with following -
Consist of Directories -> C:\TURBOC3\INCLUDE
Library Directories -> C:\TURBOC3\LIB
Output Directory -> C:\TURBOC3\SOURCE
Source Directories -> C:\TURBOC3\SOURCE
Step 5 - Finally click OK and finished processes. It'll now work properly.
After sometime, mouse pointer gets stuck!
This is really because of DOSBOX. DOSBOX is usually emulating tool which run 16-bit application on 32/64-bit OS. DOSBOX specially design for gaming and limited to keyboard interactions.
We used it run Turbo C++ on 32/64-bit OS. So, you should employ Turbo C++ Keyboard shortcuts. For menu you may use Alt+First later of menu item name.
For Example -
For Run Menu -> alt+r
For Compile Menu -> alt+c
When menu is open you may use top-down arrow and enter key to choose an option.