On 5/24/2015 9:31 PM, David Griffith wrote:
> I'm well aware of the distinction between <foo.h> and "foo.h". My 
> problem is that with the Turbo C IDE, it just says that it can't find 
> foo.h, even though foo.h is in the same directory as main.c. If I 
> build using a Makefile, this isn't a problem. 
Well, not sure what else to tell you, works fine for me. Using Borland 
C++ 3.11 for decades on my plain DOS/16 bit capable Windows PCs, and 
likewise for the Turbo C++ 4.0 I run here on this 64bit Windows 8.1 
laptop in a specialized DOSBox...

Ralf

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