: My first advise is to forget all about Turbo C and get a modern
: compiler instead. Dev C++ is free and fully supports both C and C++.
: Turbo C was written for DOS and has been obsolete for 13 years. It
: doesn't support C++ nor Windows programming.
Turbo C does support C++; you just have to use the -P option. Need any help, PM me.
As I understand it Dev C++ is not really a compiler but an IDE (Integrated Development Environment), i.e., a wrapper for an editor and compiler. The actual compiler is GNU C. (also free).
What is the definition of "supports Windows programming?" For me the term means a "visual" language such as Visual Basic, Visual C++, Delphi or RealBasic, but in the above context you seem to mean something else. No?