You do not install the language, the language is a specification. You install a compiler.(see gcc)
Try to execute INSTALL.EXE I will suggest to use Dev- C++ OR code Blocks IDE instead of turboC because it is old and not good with new windows versions. although if you want to install turbo c , just type in a good search engine "install turboc compiler",and you will find a number of results for download and install help.
You cannot 'install' programming languages. Instead, you can try to install a compiler or an IDE.
Install a compiler.
For a start, you can install a C-compiler.
Run (from a terminal): sudo apt-get install gcc build-essential
need to install this for games.
this only happen if o.s. is not installed completely with compiler options.for it just install the c compiler from the install option.it will work. thank u.
First, install a C-compiler.
Source programs don't run, obviously, so you should install the compiler first.
You cannot install a programming language on your computer, only a particular compiler. Pick one.
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You cannot install a programming language on your computer. If you want to install a compiler, see the attached link.
You do not "install C language." You write in it. If you are having trouble installing a specific compiler or IDE, you should specify the name of the product.
Compiler-dependent, it could be: TCC source, BCC source, or MSC source, or CL source, or GCC source, etc... (But of course you have to install a compiler first.)
You should install a C or C++ compiler first.
Installing a compiler, not just the gcc compiler, is a process where you copy the various executable files to the installation directory, where you copy the various header files to the include directory, where you copy the various library files to the lib directory, in short, where you install the compiler program and configure it so that it can do its work, namely to compile programs. This is no different than installing any other program, such as the game Myst. Building a compiler, on the other hand, is the process where you use a compiler, or other tools, to compile a set of programs that represents the compiler. If this sounds circular, consider this... The game Myst is a program. You install it in order to play it. When you run it, you load and run the executable code that represents Myst. It also has source code, though you probably can not get a copy of that source code. You build Myst by compiling the source code into object code, and then linking an executable from that object code. Building a compiler is no different. It is a program. It has source code. You build it by compiling the source code into object code, and then linking an executable from that object code. When you do this to a compiler, however, you need to distinguish between the compiler that you are building and the compiler that you are using to build the compiler. Sometimes, the compiler is used to compile a new version of itself, in a different directory. Sometimes, a different compiler is used, such as using a simplified version of C to compile a C++ compiler.
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Any computer program does not need compiler at the time of execution. Compiler is needed to convert a high-level language program into an intermediate machine code. When you run a program, the executable binary runs, and that is what you get after compilation, etc. Summary: your Q is incorrect. Please read about compiler, and linker to understand the concept. You cannot write c or c++ code and run it without a compiler. a compiler translates a high level language (c, c++, java) into basic computer code (binary) which is composed of 1's and 0's (101001111001). but you can run it without a compiler if it has already been turned into an executable or an application by another computer.
Basic and C++ are two different languages. You can have them both, but you need to install them. By default Windows OSes do not have it. When Linux based have an option to install C++ compiler.
ad1: install a compiler ad2: just enter the program's name at the prompt
The Netbeans website provides a comprehensive FAQ detailing how to install the C/C++ plugin as well as integrating your chosen C/C++ compiler, linker and debugger package.
The same way you use C++ on all previous versions: install the appropriate Windows 7 SDK(s) then install a suitable compiler that supports Windows 7.
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Programming languages are not "installed", languages are simply the syntax with which you give the computer instructions. What you probably want is a compiler or interpreter, which takes the code that you have written in a programming language and translates it into machine instructions that you can run. An example of a compiler is gcc for C or g++ for C++.