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how do creatte project with multiple files and link them in Borland C++?
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you just add in the IDE the new CPP file . When building , the object code will automatically linked .
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Just keep all the files that is the .cpp and .h files in the same directory and then compile. BC will then automatically create a project for it.

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No , the IDE requires explicitly setting on the CPP files , it won't include all in the directory .
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