Turbo C++

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Borland Turbo C++ is an integrated entry level C++ programming environment for DOS originally introduced in 1990, it is basically a release 3 of the Turbo C product with the TauMetric C++ preprocessor added on.

Versions

  • May 1990: 1.0
  • Feb 1991: 1.01 - also included Turbo Assembler
  • Nov 1991: 3.0 - AT&T C++ 2.1
  • 1992: Turbo C++ 3.0 for Windows
  • Oct 1992: Turbo C++ 3.1 for Windows
  • 1993: Turbo C++ Visual Edition for Windows
  • Feb 1995: Turbo C++ 4.5
  • 1998: Turbo C++ Suite - includes Borland C++Builder

Runs within DOS windows under OS/2 2.0 with switch DPMI_DOS_API set to Enabled.

Borland Turbo C++
Leaflet for version 1.0

Publications

  • Joel Adams, Sanford Leestma, Larry Nyhoff: C++: An Introduction to Computing - Prentice Hall 1995, ISBN 0-02-369402-5
  • Joel Adams, Sanford Leestma, Larry Nyhoff: Turbo C++: An Introduction to Computing - Prentice Hall 1996, ISBN 0-13-439928-5

Links

Licence and availability

  • Discontinued commercial software, some version available as freeware from the Embarcadero link above.

Publisher & authors

  • Borland
  • Oregon Software (Original C++ frontend developer)
  • TauMetric (C++ frontend)