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HarryRecon

Member Since 04 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 28 2013 03:03 AM
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In Topic: visual basic newbie

20 October 2012 - 08:48 PM

In that case i think you should download good old code::blocks IDE, it works on 64 bits W7. so you at least will have a proper c/c++ ide in your machine, i bet you miss intellisense :D


heard of that before.. thanks

I recently use visual c++ 6.0 but does'nt work properly on my computer. Is it because of 64bit version?

In Topic: visual basic newbie

13 October 2012 - 05:25 PM

im now study c before c++ and use turboc++ as a compiler in my uni lab. The problem is the turbo c++ does not support my computer which is window7 64bit. So i have to use visual basic 6.0 as a compiler.

In Topic: visual basic newbie

10 October 2012 - 08:54 AM

yes....thank you so much guys...

this is my latest work progress using turbo c++ at my faculty lab:


#include<stdio.h>
void main()

{
char name[20], IC[20], matric[20], Subcode[20], Subname[20];

printf("\nPlease enter your name : ");gets (name);
printf("\nPlease enter your I/C number : ");gets (IC);
printf("\nPlease enter your matric number : ");gets (matric);
printf("\nPlease enter your subject code : ");gets(Subcode);
printf("\nPlease enter your subject name : ");gets(Subname);
printf("\nName : ");puts(name);
printf("\nI/C : ");puts(IC);
printf("\nMatric number : ");puts(matric);
printf("\nSubject code : ");puts(Subcode);
printf("\nSubject name : ");puts(Subname);
}

my pc does not support turboc++. Why?
window7 64bit

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