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Means , I required an IDE Like Turbo C++ 3.0 , which i can run my .C & C++ program and generate .exe file. is there any software (IDE ) Like Turbo C++ 3.0  . smiley-cry
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Do a Google search for "c programming on Windows." However, on a Windows platform, you're likely going to end up using Visual Studio Express (which is free) for starting out, and eventually paying for Visual Studio if you start getting serious with software development for Windows.

Of course, you also have the option of learning Linux :-)

Along the lines of an IDE specifically, with C/C++ support, another possible option might be NetBeans. I use this IDE for PHP development, but they also have a C/C++ version:

Download: http://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html
Setup instructions: http://netbeans.org/community/releases/60/cpp-setup-instructions.html
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Visual studio express is pretty darn good if you never plan to leave the MS world. Cross platform / open source systems usually require a fair amount of fiddle farting to get everything to play nice, but once you do its a bigger world as your apps can travel to different systems and architectures

now its never been clear what your program was originally written in, in that case expect some hickups when switching to anything
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