Q. How do I run Turbo C?
A. After you have installed Turbo C, type "TC" from the DOS
prompt and you're ready to go. Chapter 2 (Getting Started)
of the Turbo C User's Guide will guide you through your
first Turbo C program.
Q. What is the difference between TC.EXE and TCC.EXE?
A. The Turbo C package comes with two compilers, an Integrated
Environment named TC.EXE and a command-line compiler named
TCC.EXE. The Integrated Environment is essentially
the command-line compiler with an
linker, and debugger. Please refer to the Turbo C
User's Guide for details on using both systems.
Q. What is a configuration file?
A. A configuration file tells Turbo C what options to default to
and where to look for its library and header files. TC.EXE
looks for a configuration file named TCCONFIG.TC, and
TCC.EXE looks for a file named TURBOC.CFG. See the User's
Guide, pages 40 and 143 for more information.