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Borland C++ <-> VC++

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Wizz    122
Can i write my code in VC++ the exact same way as in Borland? Or do I need to Modify my code if I what to use it in VC++? Thanks for your time Wizz

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Huummm,

Well, the structure of the langage in both cases is the same. The only difference is in the compiler options and messages(which isn''t the same in both compilers). So I think if you want to port your code from Borland to Visual
you only have to change all the compiler specific stuff...

Humm think it''s all!

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Arild Fines    968
If your code was written in Borland C++ Builder using the VCL, you will find it hard to port your code, since VC++ doesnt support the VCL.

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DanG    122
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