• C

linking more than 2 files eg xxx.c sss.c

how do i compile more than 2 *.c files into an executable file using Borland C++ on the Windows platform???
moharilAsked:
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SwordSaintCommented:
if I'm not wrong, just add these files into a project. but normally you just include the header file to the file which contains the main function. Then the compiler will compile the corresponding .c file.

Hope this answer your question
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SwordSaintCommented:
if I'm not wrong, just add these files into a project. but normally you just include the header file to the file which contains the main function. Then the compiler will compile the corresponding .c file.

Hope this answer your question
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AlexVirochovskyCommented:
1. Make Project (depends from you
   compiler: for BC 5.x :
    File|New|Project..
2. Include c files in prject:
   View|Project , Ins, chouse file
   Enter.
In other version of  BC there are little
changings. What is you version?
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