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Antone Franich

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Generally, you can just choose Save As... and type in the whole filename (foo.c) and it will change the extension.

What compiler are you using? The commercial ones come with an editor.

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I'm using DJGPP (hopefully getting borderland within the next week) and as far as I understand you have to have the file in c or cc format to compile it into an .exe file
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borderland? Do you mean Borland?

You can use the DOS box edit program (one of my personal favorites).

i.e. from command.com type edit myfile.c, type up your code and then just save.

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*sigh* this also seems to be a starter at Windows / DOS itself.

In Windows you can always just type the normal name or either rename it.

In Dos......you can just type and save it as a file with any extension....everybody knows this, right??

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What program is best to use to create .c and .cc files??all my text editers don't have that format so I'm looking for a program that does
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If you're looking for a pure text editor to write C/C++ I would recommend that you look at UltraEdit (www.ultraedit.com). It's small, fast, easy, got what you need and isn't expensive.
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