List of the turbo c++ commands that you should know before using it - The Idle Coder

List of the turbo c++ commands that you should know before using it

Who is not familiar with turbo c++? It happens with only non-programmers. But if you are in programming field then, I must say you are familiar with turbo c++.
Here I have listed the commands that may be useful when you use turbo c++

List of turbo c++ useful commands
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#1. Repaint: The repaint desktop command redraws the screen. If a memory resident program has left stray characters on the screen or if screen swapping turned off, it can be used there.

#2. Change Dir:  It brings up the change directory dialogue box where you can specify a drive and a directory .The files inside directory relative only that type of directory.


#3. DOS shell: With dos shell command you can leave turbo c++ temporarily. It is used to perform DOS command and enter another program.

#4. Undo/redo:The undo command takes back the last editing command that you performed on line whereas the redo command reverses the effect of the most recent undo command. Means both are working oppositely in turbo c++.

#5. Tiles: This command in turbo c++ will help you to open all current windows at one time. So you can see your all program in different file simultaneously at one time directly.



#6. Cascade: This command is used to stacks the entire opened window. It means it collect all the files in a line of frame. The most recent file will be first in frame line.

#7. Next: Next command in turbo c++ will help you to move the next active window. So instead of closing current window you can directly move the second active window.

#8. Message: This command will help you to identify your errors while executing program. When we compile any program in turbo c++ it directly open and give us the list of errors and warning if exists. The most essential part of turbo c++ is this, because it helps us to make our program error free. It checks errors line by line.

#9. Watch: Watch command opens watch window. This window will state you how exactly your program works. It continuously changes variables line by line. If you want to know how each line works in your program then this one can surely help you.

#10. User screen: The command named user screen will open one user window with which user can see both text and graphical output of the program .It makes IDE temporarily invisible. For examine the output of program in turbo c++, it is necessary that system gives clear vision of output screen.

#11. Register: Register command is used to open register window. With the help of register window you can view CPU registers and it is very useful when user starts debugging of the program. It gives the value of memory and process that consumed by particular program.

#12. Project: It for making a project in c or c++. When user want to make a project then user can use this command. With the help of this command all the related files directly link It each other. User can also put the notes about how particular file will works using project note command in turbo c++.

#13. Debugger: The command debugger will open debugger window and help user to debug the current program. User can examine the program easily with using debugger command.

#14. Environment: An environment command will help user to customize the turbo c++ window it consist various command through which you can make your turbo c++ window user friendly. It opens the menu inside which there are various command for better user experience. Each command inside environment command will open new window.

#15. Preferences: This command will open new dialogue box where you can specify the physical and behavior appearance of the turbo c++ IDE.

#16. Colors: This command will help user to select particular colors for different section of programs and output.

#17. Editor: This command in turbo c++ is used to specify how text will work in editor window in such situation of execution process.

#18. Mouse: This command will open mouse option window. Inside which you can set various controls over your mouse for turbo c++. You can specify the double click speed, You can specify which button (Right click or left click) will work for turbo c++. You can also specify how non-active button will behave during execution of program.

#19. Desktop: The command desktop in turbo c++ will open desktop preference window which specify whether the contents on desktop are saved across sessions or not.

#20. Start-up: This command will helpful to user to set various start up option in turbo c++ IDE.

Hope that this all commands will help you in your c/c++ programming if you are using turbo c++ .These all are helpful commands that one must know if he is beginner of c/c++ and want to use most famous turbo c++ compiler in particular system.

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