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    Hey, Total noob here. I'm trying to learn C++ and I've downloaded the Turbo C++ compiler but whenever I try running some code it says that a host application needs to be defined. I have no idea what this means let alone how to do it, so I'd appreciate it if someone could tell me. Thanks
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    In general it looks like you may not know of any good resources for debugging and getting started, so let me help out by posting a link to this page on learning C/C++ today from 1995. There's also my recent post on gamedev.net re: getting started with programming that has numerous other links. Just nothing immediately related to Turbo C++. Keep searching

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    If you're not totally set on Turbo C++. I'd go for Codeblocks or Bloodshed (remember to download the versions with compilers).

    http://www.codeblocks.org/
 
 
 
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