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MS Visual C++ 6.0 & Borland Builder V4.0

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have W98, and already have installed Borland Builder V4.0, i intend to install Mircrosoft Visual C++ 6.0 later on.
Does anyone know of any compatabilty problems - will they function Ok together..

Please advise

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Question by:AntBon
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by:jbodom
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I currently have C++ Builder 3, C++ Builder 5, and MS Visual C++ 6 installed on the same machine and have no problems.
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by:AntBon
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Well thats good enough for me - I'm going for it..

I just wanted to be sure that the two wouldn't conflict, and give me grief..

Cheers
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by:xtvca
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Same thing Delphi 5, Borland c++ 4 and Visual C++ 6on same PC without problems

(some trivial questions regardin BC and Delphi debbuger but that's ok)
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np3il earned 25 total points
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Check the RAM. Be sure you have enough to cover for both programs running sumiltaneously.

Other than that I think you shoukld have no problems with them.
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