C++ Lesson 2: Setting the PROGRAMMING Background for WINDOWS

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C++ Lesson 2: Setting the PROGRAMMING Background for WINDOWS

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First we need a program called Borland C ++. Let’s see how to install it on your computer.

Borland official link – https://gofile.io/?c=VWu6vE

Password also inside the file.

Step 2: Then we have to download and install the free command line program in the folder.

Step 3: Then copy the two cfg files as follows

Okay, we have the compiler installed on the computer. Next you need a program to write the source code. You can use a text editor like Notepad on your computer. But when it comes to simple methods, why choose the more difficult ones? This is why we use the “Code :: Blocks” program.

Step 1: Download Code::Blocks

Code::Blocks official link – http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads/binaries

Or you can google and download codeblocks-13.12-setup.exe.

Step 2: Then we have to download and install the program in this way.

Well, now that we have set up the programming environment for Windows.

Step 3: Now open the Code::Blocks program so you can see a window like this.

8 – C:\Borland\C++1 Create a folder like this here.

10 – Borland C++ compiler here.

12 – Double click on main.cpp in the source folder. So you can view the hello world source code.

13 – Run your source code here. In the lower part of the window you can view the log file of the executed program.

14 – Click here and you can see how the executed program is running in cmd.

Running cmd this way will work. Now we can make our first program in the next lesson.

I am ready to ask if there is any problem.

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